Wednesday, 15 May 2019

SCS students recognised at Faculty Awards Ceremony

Congratulations to our students from the School of Clinical Sciences who have been recognised for their outstanding achievements at the faculty's Student Awards Ceremony held last week.

Mindfulness Seminar - Strategies for Better Sleep

All SCS staff are invited to attend a one hour seminar by Dr Richard Chambers on simple strategies for better sleep. The presentation will explore why exactly sleep is important and how much we really need.

2019 FMNHS Early Career Researcher (ECR) Publication Prize 2019 - APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (MNHS) is committed to developing Faculty-based Early Career Researcher (ECR) initiatives to assist our ECRs in the development of their research careers.

3MT Competition - come along and support our students

The annual 3MT competition is taking place next month and we want to encourage all of you to come along and support our students who are showcasing their research by presenting their PhD thesis in just three minutes!

Want to play mixed netball?

The Hudson Institute Student Society, HISS, will be running a mixed netball team open to staff and students of the Hudson for a unique opportunity to network and get to know each other. This is a friendly competition suitable for all skill levels.

Registrations now open for the Victorian Cancer Bioinformatics Symposium

Registrations and abstracts are now open for the 2019 Victorian Cancer Bioinformatics Symposium! This is a new event designed to bring together those with an interest in the application of bioinformatics in cancer research and clinical practice.

Register for 'Tea and Stories' Afternoon Tea

The SCS Women in Science, DiscOvery and Medicine (WiSDoM) committee invite you to attend an afternoon of 'tea and stories'.

Magnetic Particle Imaging Workshop #2

Monash Biomedical Imaging is holding the second of two workshops - Bruker Magnetic Particle Imaging Workshop 2 - for those interested in learning about magnetic particle imaging.

New findings to change the way stroke is treated

Associate Professor Henry Ma, Head of Stroke in the School of Clinical Sciences, and Director of Neurology and Head of the Stroke Unit at Monash Health, is part of a team of Melbourne researchers who have found the time to treat ischemic stroke in patients can be doubled.