2 Mar 2018
|Jaclyn Lange is presenting|
for her PhD confirmation
See CCS seminar index: https://www.monash.edu/medicine/ccs/headlines/events-calendar
What's on at CCS 05-09 Mar 2018
|Tue||06/03/2018||►||11:00||PhD Confirmation Milestone: Jaclyn Lange|
|►||12:30||PhD Confirmation Milestone - Michelle Flynn|
|►||13:00||PhD Confirmation Milestone: Michael Keating|
|Wed||07/03/2018||►||11:30||Immunology seminar-Dan Pellicci (PDI)|
|Thur||08/03/2018||►||10:00||CCS HDR Student Orientation|
|►||11:30||Cutting Edge Journal Club: Nick Kocovski|
|►||12:00||Alfred Grand Rounds: Dr Harry Gibbs|
|L-R Dr Simona Infantino, Mr Nick Kocovski, Dr Michael Low|
and Prof David Tarlinton. Simona, Michael, David and Dr Erica
Brodie are co-authors on a recent review paper on kinase signaling
in immunity. See more about the Tarlinton group's research.
Labels: recent publications
We are seeking healthy participants as control subjects only, aged between 35-65 years old.
Cognitive function is highly prevalent in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). However, routine clinical assessment rarely includes assessment of cognitive function. This clearly impacts the implementation of effective patient management strategies. To address this, we propose the inclusion of ocular motor (OM) measures of cognition in the clinical assessment of MS patients.
|Image: Miscarriage and grief|
All women experience menopause, and a significant number of those women experience ongoing, severe depression during this time. Many women with this type of depression are treated with standard antidepressant medication. However, standard antidepressant medication has only shown small improvements. Hormone treatments which directly target the changes to reproductive hormone systems may be a better overall treatment of perimenopausal depression.