Around the Precinct – 4 November 2021

Researchers and donors team up to fight rare cancers, a prestigious appointment for a Monash professor and a deep dive into the modelling that has helped chart our course through the COVID-19 pandemic – this week at the Alfred Research Alliance.

Burnet COVID-19 modelling

Burnet researchers have answered some frequently asked questions about their COVID-19 modelling.

Monash University – Central Clinical School

Monash researchers bond with donors to fight rare cancers
The Aftershock has joined forces on a research project into lethal oesophageal cancer with Professor Wendy Brown, Alfred Hospital surgeon, researcher and Head of Monash University’s Department of Surgery.
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Monash University – School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine

Jamie Cooper AO appointed Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor
Congratulations to Professor Jamie Cooper AO, recently appointed as one of two new Sir John Monash Distinguished Professors by the University. Professor Cooper is the Founding Director of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care (ANZIC) Research Centre; Co-Head of the Acute and Critical Care Division in our School, and a Senior Specialist in Intensive Care at The Alfred Hospital.
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Burnet Institute

COVID-19 modelling FAQs
Take a deep dive into Burnet’s COVID-19 modelling to gain a greater understanding of this complex science that has helped inform and shape Australia’s COVID-19 pandemic response.
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