Investigative Report released by 2017 Zelman Cowen John Monash Scholar Bridget Hickey on Climate Change related deaths in the United States
In the recent investigation conducted by Bridget Hickey as part of Columbia Journalism Investigations and the Centre for Public Integrity, hundreds of deaths related to heatwaves are revealed through a further discussion of the failure to address the fatal outcomes of Climate Change.
Episode 4 of the Scholars Podcast released featuring 2015 Anzac Centenary John Monash Scholar Dr Phoebe Williams
Tune in to Episode 4 of the Scholars Podcast, where Paediatric and Infectious Diseases Doctor Dr Phoebe Williams talks to Mojo Media CEO Justin Kelly on establishing community health projects in Uganda and how her studies have equipped her to provide quality healthcare in the current COVID-19 climate.
2019 Scholar Dr William Mitchell publishes research on long term life expectancy of Indigenous ICU patients
Dr William Mitchell is currently completing a Master of Public Health at Harvard University supported by a Chairman's Circle John Monash Scholarship. In his recent paper published in the Medical Journal of Australia he highlights the importance of rigorous follow-up of Indigenous patients recovering from critical illness especially patients who discharge themselves.
2016 Roden Cutler NSW John Monash Scholar Dr Harrison Steel creating interdisciplinary solutions in biotechnology in response to COVID-19
Dr Harrison Steel is a biotechnology engineer working in specialist interdisciplinary teams at the University of Oxford transforming the many ways to tackle COVID-19. Using his knowledge and expertise he has consulted for many projects including ventilator projects around the world.
2010 John Monash Scholar Dr Nikki Bart featured in UNSW and 2GB Radio on Fulbright Scholarship
Read the feature by UNSW on cardiologist Dr Nicole Bart and subsequent interview with 2GB on her Fulbright Scholarship and how her early studies supported by the John Monash Scholarship helped her realise her ambitions in developing the future of heart research.
2007 Dr Gemma Sharp's 'Make your selfie healthy' a finalist at Thinkable's 2020 Early Career Researcher Showcase
Dr Gemma Sharp has been announced as a finalist for her work on a social media chat bot at Thinkable's 2020 Early Career Researcher Showcase hosted by the Cooperative Research Centres Association. The competition with a $6000 grand prize supports good research that is communicated well.