Monday, 7 May 2018

Nor'azim Yunos, winner of Mollie Holman medal



For the second year running, we’re thrilled to announce that our School has two winners of the annual Mollie Holman Medal. The medal is awarded to those students judged to have presented the best doctoral thesis each year. 

Nor’azim Mohd Yunos completed his thesis last year, under the joint supervision of the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Monash University Malaysia, and the ANZIC-Research Centre, based here at our School.

Nor’azim’s thesis was entitled “The Biochemical and Clinical Outcome Effects of Restricting Chloride-rich Fluids in Critically Ill Patients,” and he was supervised by Professor Anuar Zaini, Professor Rinaldo Bellomo and Professor Michael Bailey.

Friday, 27 April 2018

Mollie Holman medallist: Dr Kylie Dyson



We’re thrilled to announce that our School has produced another Mollie Holman Medal winner – Dr Kylie Dyson. The medal is awarded to those students judged to have presented the best doctoral thesis each year. 

Kylie completed her PhD (Paramedic exposure to cardiac arrest and patient survival: does practice make perfect?) with the Aus-ROC Centre of Research Excellence, part of our Pre-hospital, Emergency and Trauma group. Her supervisors were Prof Judith Finn, Dr Janet Bray, Dr Lahn Straney, Prof Stephen Bernard and Prof Karen Smith.

Monday, 9 April 2018

Win for medical research involving genetic testing



Dr Paul Lacaze and Ms Jane Tiller
Head of Public Health Genomics, Dr Paul Lacaze, and Ethical, Legal and Social Adviser, Jane Tiller, have again been in the media again following the final report release from the Parliamentary Inquiry on Life Insurance. The pair have worked tirelessly and successfully to draw attention to the issue of genetic testing and life insurance.  Paul appeared on ABC TV over the weekend, and the two recently co-authored an article in The Conversation which is being devoured by readers and is generating intense debate.

Australian Life Insurers will be prohibited from using predictive genetic test results, other than where consumers willingly provide negative test results indicating reduced risk, if the Inquiry’s full recommendations are adopted. The recommendations would bring Australia into line with the United Kingdom and most other developed nations, yet still require implementation by the government.

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

New Centre of Research Excellence opened by Health Minister

(L) Federal Minister for Health Greg Hunt MP; (R) Minister Hunt chats with Prof Buchbinder

The ANZMUSC Centre of Research Excellence was officially launched by the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, Federal Minister for Health on Thursday 22nd March. The new NHMRC-funded Centre is based at the Cabrini Institute in Malvern and aims to improve musculoskeletal health through high quality collaborative research. 

The event was officiated by Dr Michael Walsh, CEO of Cabrini Health. Speakers included Professor Marc Parlange, Provost and Senior Vice-President of Monash University, and Dr Andrew Black, Director of Research Development and Collaboration in the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research at The University of Sydney. 

Double nominees in the Premier’s Award for Health and Medical Research


Nominees with Victorian Minister for Health Jill Hennessy MP. Ingrid is 
front row third from left, Aya is is fifth from left.

The Premier’s Award for Health and Medical Research was announced this week and our School was fortunate enough to be represented by two outstanding nominees. Ms Aya Mousa from the Monash Centre for Health Research Implementation and Dr Ingrid Hopper from the Australian Breast Device Registry were both in the running, highlighting the incredible breadth and quality of research coming out of SPHPM.

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