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Pharmacy and Medical lecturers from Monash Malaysia

Monash Pharmacy and Medical lecturers jointly received Vice Chancellor's Teaching Excellence Award

A team of academics from the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine from Monash University Australia and Monash University Malaysia, were recently honoured with the Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence

Eye tracking technology

Associate Professor Motoki Watabe, the co-chief researcher of Neurobusiness Laboratory at the School of Business, introduces the unique capabilities of eye-tracking and EEG techniques.

Malaysia still a flawed democracy

In a recent interview with Business Radio Station (BMF), Associate Professor Marco Bünte speaks about this year’s Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) democracy ranking, Malaysia’s performance in it and the global danger of a democratic recession.

Collaboration wins award

Academics from the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine from Monash University Australia and Monash University Malaysia win the Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Awards.

Groundbreaking discovery in quantum physics

Associate Professor Lan Boon Leong, together with two of his students, proved that non-relativistic and relativistic quantum theories do not yield similar predictions when they are expected to.

Gender and sexuality justice in Asia: Finding resolutions through conflicts

The inaugural International Conference on Gender and Sexuality in Asia (CoGen 2018) welcomed more than 40 participants who congregated at Monash Malaysia.

Dengue and Zika virus mechanisms further revealed

Research conducted in the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine & Health Sciences (JCSMHS) has shed light on the dengue and Zika viruses.

SASS 10th Anniversary

The School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) celebrated its 10th anniversary, welcoming back 76 of its alumni as well as members of staff past and present.

Abbvie Young Leaders Award 2018

Top five final year Bachelor of Pharmacy students were given the opportunity to address why the prevalence of chronic diseases among Malaysians remains a worrying trend despite the increasing number of pharmacists.