|Associate Professor Nigel Jones with his PhD students, Elysia Sokolenko (standing), and Flavia Gomez (sitting). They are discussing their rodent translational cognitive testing equipment which they use to study cognitive problems in models of neurological disorders including epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and schizophrenia. A large focus of the group is to develop novel therapeutics which can improve these deficits.|
See more: www.monash.edu/medicine/ccs/neuroscience/research/jones-group
9 Nov 2018
|2017 Graduate Research Symposium winners.|
2018 event on this coming Mon 12 Nov at 10 am
All welcome, Lvl 5 Lecture Theatre Alfred Centre.
CCS staff and students can see details of both public and local events (including professional development courses, trade fairs and Graduate Research Student calendars) and deadlines, at the CCS intranet's Announcements page.
See CCS seminar index: www.monash.edu/medicine/ccs/headlines/events-calendar
What's on at CCS 12-16 Nov 2018
|Mon||12/11/2018||►||10:00||CCS Graduate Research Symposium|
|►||12:00||Neuroscience seminar series: Dr Sasha Dionisio|
|Tue||13/11/2018||►||11:30||PhD Confirmation Milestone: Mr Feng Yan|
|Wed||14/11/2018||►||11:30||Immunology Seminar: Rob Brink (Garvan Institute)|
|Thur||15/11/2018||►||11:00||PhD Pre-submission Milestone: Rose Brazilek|
|►||11:30||Journal Club: Amy Wilson|
|►||12:00||Alfred Grand Rounds|
|Fri||16/11/2018||►||15:30||Dept of Immunology EMCR Seminar: Zoe and Gill|
|Kidney disease and cognitive function - what's the connection? |
See article. Image: HealthImaging
- Allergy, Immunology & Respiratory Medicine (AIRmed)
- Infectious Diseases
- Melbourne Sexual Health Clinic
Labels: recent publications
|Prof Helmut Butzkueven|
A Monash University academic neurologist has joined forces with other global experts in multiple sclerosis (MS) research and treatment to create – for the first time – a consensus for measurable standards of MS care.
|Dr Eric Chow's Research Australia award: |
Highly Commended category
Dr Eric Chow from Monash University's Central Clinical School and Alfred Health's Melbourne Sexual Health Centre has completely changed the direction of this theory through his findings that the throat is the main driver for transmission, and been recognised for his achievement by Research Australia.
|Our 10 round 2 travel grant winners!|
See detail & photos in table below