|Professor Christopher (Kit) Fairley giving the 2019 Central Clinical School's public lecture last week on the topic of "Whose fault is it that Bob caught syphilis?" It turns out that it wasn't Bob's fault, and that he suffers from amongst other things lack of adequate services. See photo gallery. We'll be publishing the video soon so you can find out more.|
25 Oct 2019
24 Oct 2019
|Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah|
Detecting and managing invasive fungal disease (IFD) is a growing area of clinical importance in hospitals globally – particularly in an era of rising drug resistance – yet surveillance of these infections has proved challenging.
Researchers in the Department of Infectious Diseases, Central Clinical School (CCS), & General Medical Unit, Alfred Health, have used artificial intelligence (AI) to develop a fresh approach to what’s called anti-fungal stewardship.
23 Oct 2019
Scan of lungs with fungal lesions obtained using NLP. These data are
now being used to train a deep learning image classifier to better help
clinicians pick up fungal infections. Green circles are fungal lesions
labeled by the radiologists. Orange are NLP identified.
See this week's feature
- Immunology and Pathology
- Infectious Diseases
- Melbourne Sexual Health Centre
- Monash Alfred Psychiatry research cntr
- Peninsula Clinical School
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Professor Paul Myles has been elected to
the US National Academy of Medicine
22 Oct 2019
Congratulations to Ee Fang Yu, Steven Ngo, Rose Brazilek and Shane Nanayakkara on their PhD completions
|Dr Jocalyn Clark, Executive Editor of the Lancet|
- Thursday, 7 Nov, 12:30-1:30 pm
- Friday, 8 Nov, 11-12 am
- Monday, 11 Nov, 9:30-11 am
|L-R: Professor Jonathan Serpell, Dr Yazmin Johari (2018 Rosengarten |
Prize winner), Mrs Candice Rosengarten, Professor Wendy Brown.
Saturday 7 December, 2019 at 8am
ICU Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Main Ward Block
Abstract submissions due 25 November.
See detail below.