Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Stroke 2019

Registrations are now open for the 29th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Stroke Society of Australasia.

The meeting will be held in Canberra from the 10th-13th September 2019. Early bird prices end this Friday 31st May, so you will need to get in quick!

2019 MHTP Open Day

All prospective research students are invited to explore the postgraduate research opportunities (Honours, Masters and Phd projects for 2020 intake) available to you at the Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP).

Dr Jacqueline Flynn selected to join Veski's Leading the Way Program

Dr Jacqueline Flynn from the Centre for Inflammatory Disease in the School of Clinical Sciences has been accepted to join the 2019 Veski Leading the Way: Mid-career emerging leaders program.

New research finds role for nasal High-Flow treatment in Special Care Nurseries

Dr Calum Roberts, a research fellow in the Department of Paediatrics, is part of a team of Melbourne researchers who have found that nasal High-Flow therapy can be used effectively as respiratory support for many newborn infants, without the need for a higher level of breathing support.

Ophthalmology Saturday Morning Lecture Series 2019

Source: Royal Victorian
Eye and Ear Hospital
The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital is hosting the John Colvin Ophthalmology Lecture Series commencing on Saturday, 20 July 2019, which will run for 9 weeks.

Northern Australian Youth Diabetes Collaboration

The Menzies School of Health Research are seeking talented candidates who wish to apply for a PhD. You should ideally have a background and interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child and youth health, health service delivery, models of care, provision of culturally appropriate care and qualitative research methods.

Monash University Reconciliation Week 2019

This week is Reconciliation Week and among the many events and activities taking place at Monash, there will be an exciting opportunity for people to attend an Indigenous research showcase focused on engaging in Indigenous research methodologies, methods and ethics.

Dr Sharman Tanny awarded 'Best Research Paper Prize' at RACS congress

Dr Sharman Tanny and
Mr Ram Nataraja at the congress
Congratulations to Dr Sharman Tanny from the Department of Paediatrics who was the recipient of the 'Best Research Paper Prize' for best presentation at the recent Royal Australian College of Surgeons 2019 Annual Scientific Congress (ASC).

Join the Monash Ally Network

Celebrate IDAHOBIT by registering for Ally Training!

The training outlines the importance of LGBTIQ inclusion at Monash and explains the role of an ally. You will learn about concepts such as homophobia, coming out, and heteronormativity. Then you will be able to join the Ally Network!