Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Do you need your profile picture taken?

Our photographer, Ger Hynes, from Hynesite Photography will be on site on Tuesday, 30 September from 11.00am until 12.30pm.

Monash Cardiovascular Health Symposium - save the date

You're invited to attend the Monash Symposium on Cardiovascular Health taking place on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 November 2019 at the Monash University Clayton campus.

Positions vacant - Hudson Institute

The Hudson Institute are currently recruiting for the following positions:

Professor Michelle Leech - Centre for Inflammatory Diseases

Professor Michelle Leech from the Centre for Inflammatory Diseases has been quoted in Medical Republic about the link between antibiotic use and rheumatoid arthritis.

Professor Dominique Cadilhac - Stroke and Ageing Research Group

Professor Dominique Cadilhac quoted in ABC News on hospital waiting times.

SCS-Hudson Institute WiSDoM Dinner

A joint School of Clinical Sciences and Hudson Institute networking event for female researchers is taking place on Thursday, 31 October at the Monash Club, Monash University Clayton campus.

Will we see you at Health and Safety Month in 2019?

Health and Safety Month 2019 takes place from 2-31 October with events being held across Melbourne and regional Victoria. For more information about 'What's On' please visit the link.

Victorian Clinical Science Symposium 2019 - Life as a Clinician Scientist

Life as a Clinician Scientist is back in 2019 for a day of inspirational talks, networking with leading research institutes and a gourmet plated lunch!

Hudson Social Club: AFL Grand Final BBQ

The Hudson Institute Social Club would like to invite you to their AFL Grand Final BBQ to help you kick off the long weekend!

Dr Arunaz Kumar receives national award for simulation excellence

Professor Debra Nestel and
Dr Arunaz Kumar
Dr Arunaz Kumar from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology has received the Simulation Australasia’s Simulation Achievement Award for 2019 for her significant contribution to the advancement of modelling and simulation in Australia or New Zealand.

AMSO 'Drawings of Love' concert

The Australian Medical Students’ Orchestra (AMSO) is proud to announce its 2019 concert 'Drawings of Love' and are delighted to invite you to what will be a wonderful event of diverse and iconic music repertoire.

Act early to improve bone density for adults with cerebral palsy

Assoc Prof
Frances Milat
Many people do not realise that people with cerebral palsy (CP) have lifelong complications from brittle bones caused by reduced bone density. A recent study has identified the key factors that influence low bone density in adults with CP. The findings can inform strategies to improve long term quality of life for people with CP.

Hiking Te Araroa for osteoporosis

Mickey O'Donnell and
Michell Doyle
Michelle Doyle was just 24 when she was diagnosed with osteoporosis, a chronic yet common disease usually associated with old age. Finding out her bones were frail came as a big shock, and Michelle admits to knowing very little about the disease at the time.

Call for participants: 'Work and Wellness' focus group sessions

The Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University) are inviting female Monash academic and professional staff to take part in focus groups.

iLabs booking system presentation for MHTP Technology Platforms

MHTP Technology Platforms invites all Platform Users and Supervisors to attend this demo session to understand all the great capabilities and reporting features in iLabs.

Publications for 10th September 2019

A multicenter retrospective comparison of induction chemoimmunotherapy regimens on outcomes in transplant-eligible patients with previously untreated mantle cell lymphoma.
Ng Z Y et al published in Hematological Oncology

Biochemical comparison of 8 h haemodialysis and 4 h haemodiafiltration, and two dialysis membranes, in a randomized cross-over trial.
Choo S Z et al published in Nephrology

Serine-phosphorylated STAT3 promotes tumorigenesis via modulation of RNA polymerase transcriptional activity.
Balic J et al published in Cancer Research