Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Imposter Syndrome': A discussion forum for SCS HDR (PhD and Masters) students

'Imposter Syndrome' is a phrase that describes the inappropriate, but common concern of being exposed as a ‘fraud’. It is generally defined as a feeling that we aren’t good enough or deserving of our success, often accompanied by the fear that one day our peers will realise this.

14th World Congress on Inflammation 2019

The 14th World Congress on Inflammation will be taking place in Sydney from the 15-19 September. Registration is open, with Early Bird rates extended until Friday 28 June. For more information and to register please visit the website.


You are invited to attend the 3rd Innovation and Translation in Imaging Summit 10-11 September 2019 to be held at the Translational Research Institute (TRI), Brisbane. Don't miss your chance to be a part of this exciting event. Registration is free, but spaces are limited. For further information please visit the website.

MRO Guide for Adding Research Outputs into RMS

In 2018, the ARC introduced a new method of adding your research outputs into RMS. Now, for all grant schemes, you are no longer able to upload a PDF of your publications but instead your research outputs should already be loaded into your profile on RMS and then selected in your proposal.

Monash Medical Student Simulation Survey

Monash Children's Hospital are currently conducting a research project to assess what current student experiences and attitudes to simulation based education at university are. They are using this survey to evaluate the current use of simulation based education and to gain an understanding of the current advantages and limitations of simulation based education while at medical school.

Dr Ai Li Yeo receives best clinical abstract award at EULAR

Congratulations to Dr Ai Li Yeo who has received the best clinical abstract award at the 2019 European Congress of Rheumatology (EULAR) held in Madrid last week.

Dr Yeo, a PhD candidate at Monash University, and Rheumatologist and Infectious Disease Fellow at Monash Health, was one of six people to receive the best clinical abstract award out of almost 5000 submitted.

2019 MHTP Student 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).

HISS event this Thursday

HISS are hosting a Dumpling night this Thursday, 20 June at 5:30pm at Ping's Dumpling Kitchen, Clayton

All SCS students are welcome to attend.

For further information please contact Ingrid Dudink, President, Hudson Institute Student Society (HISS) at

Publications 11th June 2019

Age and autonomic control, but not cerebral oxygenation, are significant determinants of EEG spectral power in children.
Walter L M et al published in Sleep

25, 50 & 75 years ago.
Julian A Smith et al published in ANZ Journal of Surgery

Vitamin C, Hydrocortisone and Thiamine in Patients with Septic Shock (VITAMINS) trial: study protocol and statistical analysis plan.
Fujii T et al published in