The Health and Biofutures Focus Program engages with the scientific, technological and socio-political transformations of human health and the production of human life. It builds on contemporary currents in academic and applied research to address major public policy questions and challenges in Australia and internationally.
This multifaceted program explores the growing digitalisation of health care; emerging reproductive and sexual health technologies; preparedness policy and communications on global health threats; the impacts of globalisation and deregulation on practices of health and healthcare (e.g. health and medical tourism); and how discourses and narratives of promise, hope and expectation shape bioscience, biotechnology and biomedicine.
Interview on antibiotic resistance
Associate Professor Mark Davis sits down with the School of Media, Film and Journalism to discuss a new ARC Discovery Project on ... Read more
Professor Alan Petersen and Associate Professor Megan Munsie (University of Melbourne) recently appeared on Life Matters (Radio National) to discuss their recent research project on the ... Read more
Can and should ageing be ‘treated’?: Making sense of the rise of the anti-ageing treatment market
Join Professor Alan Peterson for his upcoming National Ageing Research ... Read more
Monash Health and Biofutures Focus Program invite you to join the authors Alan Petersen, Megan Munsie, Claire Tanner, Casimir McGregor and Jane Brophy, and their guests ... Read more
A study of men’s fatherhood aspirations, expectations, and outcomes
We are looking for men aged 20 to 45 years living in Australia to take part in ... Read more
On Thursday June 8, Monash Anthropology held its annual public talk at the State Library of Victoria. This year’s talk focused on the topic of ... Read more
Professor Alan Petersen and Research Fellow John Gardner will be among the presenters at UNSW Law School in Sydney on 17-18 August. This symposium is designed ... Read more