26 Sep 2019

Abstracts due 4 October for the biennial A+ EMCR Symposium 7-8 November

The Alfred Research Alliance EMCR Committee invites all EMCRs and PhD students to register and submit an abstract for the biennial A+ EMCR Symposium which will be held 7-8 November at the MCG.

Keynote speakers include Professor Paul Zimmet (Department of Diabetes, Monash University), Dr. Steven Rockman (Vaccine Development, Seqirus) and Dr. Miranda Smith (Project Officer for APPRISE, Peter Doherty Institute). We also have speakers from the Monash Bioinformatics Team, Julie Woods (Trusts and Foundations Officer, Burnet Institute), Joanna Thorne (Philanthropic Gifts Coordinator, Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute) and a Career Panel discussion.

Abstract submission deadline has been extended to Friday 4 October. Download the abstract template here: shop.monash.edu/alfred-research-alliance-emcr-symposium.html 

25 Sep 2019

CCS recent publications 10-16 Sep 2019

L-R: Simon Grodski, James Lee and Jonathan Serpell
are co-authors on a paper looking at potential
biomarkers for aggressive thyroid tumour development
Recent publications (10-16 September 2019) for Central Clinical School feature affiliated authors in the following departments:
  • Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD) 
  • Gastroenterology 
  • Immunology and Pathology 
  • Melbourne Sexual Health Centre (MSHC) 
  • Monash Alfred Psychiatry research centre (MAPrc) 
  • Peninsula Clinical School 
  • Surgery

23 Sep 2019

Survey: Teaching environmental sustainability in health profession education

You can read more about the project:
bit.do/explanatorys
Your feedback is wanted! A team of researchers (below) from within the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (FMNHS) are conducting research into teaching environmental sustainability in health profession education. This project aims to explore factors (individual, interpersonal, organisational and system-level), which influence capacity to teach environmental sustainability and climate change in your courses.

Specifically, this research project will involve:
  • A survey to explore knowledge, attitudes and experiences of FMNHS teaching academic staff around capacity to teach environmental sustainability. This survey was sent to all Chief Examiners and Unit Coordinators by Michelle Gschiel.  
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