|Congratulations to Paddy Dempsey, BakerIDI, who has won the CCS 3MT heat and will be competing in the Faculty final next Friday 19 August at 1.30. His topic is "Breaking up prolonged sitting: Implications for prevention and management of Type 2 diabetes." Paddy is supervised by Dr David Dunstan, Prof Neville Owen, Dr Bronwyn Kingwell and Dr Julian Sacre. See more photos and links below.|
12 Aug 2016
|Saeed Alrashdi, PhD student|
Various departments have their own calendars. See CCS seminar index: www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/events/seminars.html
What's on for next week 12-19 Aug 2016:
|Mon||►||15/08/2016||18:00||Welcome reception: Faculty Research Week|
|Tue||►||16/08/2016||18:00||AMREP student information night|
|Wed||►||17/08/2016||12:00||Cutting Edge Journal Club: Michael Low|
|18:00||Beyond Academia: Career Pathways after the PhD|
|Thu||►||18/08/2016||13:00||PhD Mid-Candidature Review Seminar : Mr Saeed Alrashdi|
|Fri||►||19/08/2016||13:30||Faculty Three Minute Thesis final: CCS/BakerIDI's Mr Paddy Dempsey presenting|
|Mon||►||22/08/2016||13:00||Pre-submission Seminar : Ms Caroline Tuck|
|17:00||Monash Micro Imaging @ AMREP seminar: Prof Masaur Ishii|
|Tue||►||23/08/2016||11:00||PhD Confirmation of candidature seminar : Mr Mina Takawy|
|Fri||►||26/08/2016||10:00||PhD Mid-Candidature Review Seminar : Dr Nicholas Andrew Medland
|Dr Mark Shulman in the Ian Potter library at AMREP|
Anaesthesia & Perioperative Medicine
Shulman M, Myles P. Measuring perioperative outcome Curr Opin Anaesthesiol. 2016 Jul 27. [Epub ahead of print]
|Dr Simone Peters with one of her supervisors,|
Professor Peter Gibson, HOD Gastroenterology
As many as one in five Australians are affected by Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), enduring symptoms ranging from occasional abdominal pain to gastrointestinal problems so debilitating that they are unable to work. Monash University researchers demonstrate that hypnotherapy is on par with the popular low FODMAP diet for improvement of IBS symptoms.
|L-R: Dr Marisa Herson, Dr Shiva Akbarzadeh, Ms Michelle Paul, |
Ms Heather Cleland, Director Victorian Adult Burns Service (VABS);
Ms Lipi Shukla. Absent: Dr Perdita Cheshire
Dermal substitution (artificial skin) plays an important role in wound reconstruction after deep burns and injuries, providing a temporary seal to guard against infection and acting as a scaffold for tissue repair. Monash University researchers compared a fully synthetic alternative manufactured in Melbourne to an existing animal-derived product.
|Dr Charbel Darido receiving the highly sought after "No-Bell"|
prize in 2013 for his outstanding avoidance of technical terms
It would be remiss not to recall a little of my history and give credit to people from the Jane lab (since the Bone Marrow Research Laboratories at RMH), the Curtis lab and the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases who contributed towards progressing our projects and were the best colleagues in every aspect. I will be forever grateful to you.
|Vaccination coverage incomplete under |
Australian government policies.
Image: Microgen istockphoto