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AdAlta Executive team changes

12 August 2019 The Board of AdAlta Limited (ASX:1AD), today announced that it has accepted the resignation of Ms Samantha Cobb as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director. Over the last 12 years as founding CEO, Sam has…

AI Computer Generated Works and Copyright Protection

(posted 6th August 2019) Stephens Lawyers & Consultants have published an article which includes practical guidelines on steps that can be taken by businesses/companies to ensure that their AI generated works are protected by copyright.  This is the…

ANFF-VIC’s Winter Workshop at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication on 19 and 20 August

(posted 1 August 2019)  Tickets are now on sale for ANFF-VIC’s Winter Workshop at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication, a two-day event featuring technical talks and practicals aimed at researchers that are new to nanofab or the ANFF…

Dementia Research gets $21 million Boost in Funding by Federal Government

18 July 2019 More than a dozen research projects to better understand dementia will be given a total of $21 million in federal government funding. The 13 projects focus on risk reduction, prevention and tracking of dementia, the…

Trajan Strengthens their Health Business with Appointment of Marco Baccanti

18 July 2019 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia  Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) has appointed Marco Baccanti as CEO of its joint venture (JV) in nutritional testing, Trajan Nutrition. Mr. Baccanti’s appointment strengthens Trajan Nutrition to accelerate the growth…

Servier Australia & BioCurate Strike an Agreement to Collaborate and Accelerate Discoveries of New Therapeutics and Drugs

16 July 2019 Paris & Melbourne, – Servier Australia, the subsidiary of Servier Group, an international pharmaceutical company, and BioCurate, a joint venture company of Monash University and The University of Melbourne with support from the Victorian State…

New Frontiers for Vision – The Morrison Government will invest $924,100 for research to develop cutting edge technology

19 June 2019 The Morrison Government will invest $924,100 for research to develop cutting edge technology to help people regain eyesight, movement, and other nerve functions. The Cortical Frontiers: Commercialising Brain Machine Interfaces project is headed by Professor…

IMDRF consultation: Personalised Medical Devices – Regulatory Pathways

24 June 2019 This consultation closes on 24 July 2019. The International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF) working group on Personalized Medical Devices seeks to develop guidance that establishes definitions and regulatory pathways for Regulatory Authorities to consider in the…

Consultation Paper on the Pricing Framework for Australian Public Hospital Services 2020-21

June 2019 The Independent Hospital Pricing Authority (IHPA) has released its Consultation Paper on the Pricing Framework for Australian Public Hospital Services 2020-21. Read more

Newborn Saliva Swabs Test Viability of Screening for Virus Linked to Baby Hearing Loss

8 July 2019 Victorian newborns who do not pass their routine hearing screening tests are being invited to join a pilot program screening for the most common viral cause of disability. The study, a collaboration between the Murdoch…

Certara Announces First Recipients of Certara-Monash University Industry Drug Development Fellowships

25 June 2019 PRINCETON, NJ – Certara®, the global leader in model-informed drug development, regulatory science, real-world evidence and market access services, and Monash University today announced the recipients of the inaugural Certara-Monash University Industry Drug Development Fellowships…

Award-winning Monash researcher to investigate the relationship between food and high blood pressure

5 July 2019 An internationally renowned Monash researcher who just been recognised by the American Heart Association with a prestigious award could change the way high blood pressure is treated. High blood pressure, or hypertension, is known as…

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