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Distress and pain key reasons for prescription opioid abuse

A study led by Monash University, Turning Point and Ambulance Victoria, shows distress and pain are the key reasons for opioid abuse.

Medicine & health

Australian universities join forces to tackle inflammatory lung disease

A new spin-out company, RAGE Biotech, will develop novel therapies designed to help patients with chronic inflammatory lung diseases, supported by investment from IP Group, Monash University (Monash) and The University of Western Australia (UWA).<

Medicine & health

One million epilepsy patients in China missing out on beneficial surgery

An team researching the causes and outcomes of epilepsy patients in China suggest a standard operation could leave them seizure-free.

Medicine & health

Monash celebrates Laureate Professor

Professor Huanting Wang from the Faculty of Engineering has received an ARC Laureate Fellowship for his work that supports innovations in renewable energy and clean water.

Research
Monash University news

Jobs Protection Framework – Staff ballot result for proposed variation

The staff ballot on the proposed variation to the Monash Enterprise Agreement closed yesterday, with 89.34 per cent of eligible staff who participated in the independent ballot voting yes.

University news
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Say what now? Speaking young adults' language when it comes to health

Young adults talk about food as good and bad, but health professionals should move away from the focus on shame, guilt and fear around food and nutrition.

Lens

Monash subjects rank in global top 50 in ShanghaiRanking's GRAS 2020

Monash University welcomes ShanghaiRanking’s GRAS 2020 released today, with 13 of its subjects ranked in the global top 50 and four of which ranked number one in Australia.

University news

Superbug impact on the gut

Monash University researchers discover how the bacterial superbug Clostridioides difficile hijacks the gut in order to cause serious and persistent disease.

Medicine & health

The suburbs most affected by COVID-19 employment vulnerability

New research from Monash University reveals the Australian suburbs hardest hit by COVID-19 employment vulnerability in the nation’s capital cities.

Design & architecture