Monash BDI awarded more than $7m in ARC funding In the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) funding, Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) researchers have been awarded 14 Discovery Project grants, worth more than $7 million. The funded projects are expected to advance knowledge in a range of areas, from understanding why it is […]
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Monash academics named among the global top one per cent 16 November 2022 Twenty Monash University researchers have been named as the world’s most influential academics in their fields as part of Clarivate’s list of Highly Cited Researchers for 2022. The annual list identifies global research scientists and social scientists among the world’s top one per […]
Monash BDI early career researchers awarded more than $2m ARC DECRA funding Five Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) researchers have been awarded $2.23 million under the 2023 ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme. Minister for Education, Hon Jason Clare MP, announced $85 million for 200 projects nationwide to support early career researchers under […]
EMBO elects 67 new members and associate members They join the EMBO community of more than 1,900 leading life scientists in Europe and beyond By EMBO Communications 6 July 2022 – EMBO announces that 67 researchers have been elected to its membership. Through this lifelong honour, new EMBO Members and Associate Members are recognized for their […]
‘It’s discovery science. You may have a setback, but you don’t take it lying down’ Original article in Monash Lens by Chris Johnston Professor Jamie Rossjohn is internationally recognised for using structural biology to investigate how T cells can respond to viral infections or cause autoimmunity. Now, he’s been named a fellow of the oldest […]