Learn about the science of key medicines used to manage heart disease, depression, diabetes, pain control and smoking cessation.
This free online course via FutureLearn is commencing and registrations are open.
The discovery – published this week in the prestigious US journal, Cancer Cell – paves the way for the development of therapies that target the early stages of breast cancer.
The IITB-Monash Research Academy is a unique global PhD research partnership between Monash University and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay.
The Academy delivers innovative solutions through collaborative, multi-disciplinary research projects across areas of strategic importance to industry and to Australian and Indian society. #ausindedu
The project found that patients and their families receiving timely information, referrals and support pathways through the Hospital Liaison Project experienced better recovery and prospects for returning to community living while combatting common feelings of isolation, stress, carer burden and overload.
The Helen Macpherson Smith Trust HMSTrust Laboratory at the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Science (MIPS) will bring together Victorian research institutions, biotech and pharmaceutical organisations, creating a hub for research and development.
Professor Margaret Gardner AO, Monash University President and Vice-Chancellor, said the support of the HMSTrust and industry partners ensures Monash remains at the cutting edge of global health research and development.
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Named after prominent Australian Sir John Monash, Monash University was established by an Act of Parliament in 1958. It was the first university established in the State of Victoria for 106 years.
Our first campus opened in 1961 in Clayton. The first intake was a modest 347 students.
Since then, we have grown into a network of campuses, centres and partners around the world. There are currently more than 59,000 students enrolled at Monash from over 170 countries.
Monash students have a long history of putting theory into action. In the early days of activism on campus, students were involved in politics, Vietnam War protests and the second wave of feminism. More recently, we see this desire to act through our students' involvement in anti-poverty campaigns, volunteering and programs to create a green, sustainable campus.
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We have created a thriving cultural atmosphere with outstanding performing arts and concert programs and a growing collection of contemporary Australian art.
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