Thursday, 12 March 2020

Safer Care Victoria seeking Clinical Fellows

SCV are looking for mid-career clinicians from all fields and specialities to lead a number of priority projects with their Clinical Networks, while taking part in a 12-month tailored learning program around quality improvement and leadership. Applications close on Sunday 15 March 2020. For more information please visit the website

Dr Kiri Beilby to represent electorate as STA STEM Ambassador

Dr Kiri Beilby
Congratulations to Dr Kiri Beilby from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology who has been selected for the Science & Technology Australia (STA) STEM Ambassador Program.

STA announced last Thursday 16 STEM Ambassadors who will work together with their local MP to help bridge the gap between science and government. The program enables federal politicians to gain a deeper understanding of the potential impact of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in Australia.

International meeting of the Federation of Neurogastroenterology and Motility

The 4th Meeting of the Federation of Neurogastroenterology & Motility is taking place from 25-28 March in Adelaide.

COVID-19 Transmission

Cancelled: Monthly Biostatistical Guidance Drop-in sessions

The Monthly Biostatistical Guidance Drop-in sessions scheduled for the 3rd Friday of each month have been can cancelled until further notice. We will advise when the sessions will recommence.

NHMRC Ideas Grants – Now Open

The NHMRC Ideas Grants scheme is now open for applications in Sapphire.

Ten ways to reduce your risk of coronavirus

The Victorian Government have issued information on how you can reduce your risk of coronavirus. Please refer to the flyer and ensure that this placed in a visable location in your respective work areas.

Kim Jolly Lupus Fund supporting lupus research at Monash

From left to right Michael Kim, Rob Jolly,
Professor Eric Morand, Vu Nguyen,
Sammi Palinkas and Kaye Thomas
Last Friday 6 March, Lupus Victoria presented a cheque for $29,500 to Monash Lupus Clinic via the Kim Jolly Lupus Research Fund which was established in memory of Kim Jolly, a brave young woman who tragically lost her life to the disease at the age of 32.

Telematics Trust Grant Round 2020 - EOI APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

Expression of Interest (EOI) Applications for the Telematics Trust Grant Round 2020 are NOW OPEN.  The scheme guidelines are available here.

The Telematics Trust supports organisations and individuals with one-off ‘Small Grants’ of up to $50,000 to invest in an innovative project or initiative in line with its mission.

Walk for Autism - Sunday 22 March

Walk, run or scoot around the park to support autism research on Sunday, 22 March at Princes Park, Lawn 3 from 10.00am-12.00pm. For more information and to register please see the flyer

Survey Participants required: National Survey of Clinicians on Electronic Health Record Usability

Attention Clinicians and Monash/Monash Partners.
Griffith University is conducting a National Survey of Clinicians on Electronic Health Record Usability.

Young Tall Poppy Science Awards 2020

This year's Young Tall Poppy awards are now open for nominations, closing 15 April 2020.

2020 Club Melbourne Fellowship

The Club Melbourne Fellowship aims to support the next generation of Melbourne’s research leaders and potential future Club Melbourne Ambassadors. The Club Melbourne Fellowship is focused on delivering community benefits through education, networking and collaboration.

Australian Museum EUREKA Science Prizes - Closing 1 May 2020

Nominations for the 2020 Eureka Prizes are now open and close Friday, 1 May 2020.

These $10,000 prizes are highly prestigious and recognise excellence across science and innovation disciplines. Please engage with your ADR to determine if your faculty is host to exceptional candidates/programs that align with one of the categories, and encourage them to apply. Applicants may submit themselves (self-nominate).

Data Management Tool (DMT) presentation

Data Management Tool provides safe, centralised, and structured information about ongoing projects. Furthermore, it can produce quick and easy reporting on projects for the School.

National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) International Fellowship Program

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) recognise the importance of international training and knowledge exchange in increasing the capabilities of our future leaders.

Free Yoga for MU Staff and Postgrad Students - Commencing April


Join our wonderful Yoga teacher Sarah every Wednesday for a FREE lunchtime Yoga class commencing 1 April.

Wednesday, 11 March 2020