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Natural killer (NK) cell activity is essential for initiating antitumor responses and may be linked to immunotherapy success. NK cells and other...

PhD position(s) are immediately available to work on projects to develop new techniques for human brain mapping. Our lab develops computational...
Supervisor: Dr Adeel Razi

Endovascular clot retrieval transformed treatment of patients with large vessel occlusion. There are still several unanswered questions with clot...
Supervisor: Professor Thanh Phan

Announcing an opportunity for a PhD student to work with individuals with Huntington's disease on a cognitive brain training study. Huntington...

Primary spontaneous pneumothorax (PSP) is a significant global health problem affecting adolescents and young adults. Current management is variable...

PCOS is a common, under-recognised and increasingly prevalent condition with major and sometimes devastating health impacts. It affects one in five...

PCOS is a common, under-recognised and increasingly prevalent condition with major and sometimes devastating health impacts. It affects one in five...

Background: Shoulder problems are a significant cause of morbidity and disability in the general population. A systematic review of eighteen cross-...
Supervisor: Ms Romi Haas

Internationally, in an attempt to increase accessibility, improve continuation and reduce costs, there is a move to provide a wider range of...

We have identified specific insulins that act in the brain to control animal behaviour. This exciting project will use genetics, CRISPR, behavioural...

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a debilitating, relapsing condition that is considered to be a consequence of the loss of immune tolerance...
Supervisor: Dr Anthony Sadler

The synapse is one of the most intricate biological structures and essential for nervous system function with dysregulation implicated in several...
Supervisor: Dr Harald Janovjak

Loneliness refers to subjective feelings of a perceived lack, or loss, of companionship and social connection. It is a mismatch between a person’s...
Supervisor: Dr Judy Lowthian

Loneliness refers to subjective feelings of a perceived lack, or loss, of companionship and social connection. It is a mismatch between a person’s...
Supervisor: Dr Judy Lowthian

The mammalian oocyte is the largest cell in the body and undergoes two highly specialised asymmetric meiotic cell divisions. Coordination of...

Overweight and obesity and their related conditions are crucial public health problems affecting 25% of children and 67% of adults. The perinatal...

Correlates of physical activity and brain structure in mid life in the UK Biobank

Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) are classified according to underlying mechanisms; Type A reactions being caused by direct pharmacologic properties of...
Supervisor: Dr Ar Kar Aung

An opportunity is open to a suitable applicant to conduct a fully funded full time PhD within Monash University’s Centre for Research Excellence in...

An opportunity is open to a suitable applicant to conduct a fully funded full time PhD within Monash University’s Centre for Research Excellence in...
Supervisor: Professor Karen Smith

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