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News and events
17 April 2014
Three Monash University students were presented with their prestigious John Monash Scholarships by the Prime Minister Tony Abbott at the Shrine of Remembrance today.
A major research project looks set to increase the effectiveness of blood transfusions.
16 April 2014
Condoms break, contraceptive pills are missed and in the throes of passion, contraception might be overlooked. So from time to time, a woman may need emergency contraception, known as the morning-after pill.
15 April 2014
Accomplished lawyer and doctor, Monash alumna Dr Fiona Lander has received the prestigious Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship to Harvard University, to commence Masters studies this September.
14 April 2014
The long-term survival of people suffering from chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) could be increased with the development of new therapeutic strategies.
8 April 2014
A ground breaking study from Monash University will analyse one of the most prescribed forms of treatment for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), to see if it changes the way in which women with PCOS think.
Adjunct Associate Professor Anne Abbott has received a prestigious award in recognition of her stroke prevention research.
Gastric banding can play a vital role in the treatment of type 2 diabetes in people who are overweight and not obese, according to new research.
3 April 2014
Improving quality of life of those suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS) is the aim of a new clinical trial.
An international team of scientists has identified the precise biochemical key that wakes up the body’s immune cells and sends them into action against invading bacteria and fungi.
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