Steve and Robyn Mahoney
31 July 2020

Robyn Mahoney, wife of Steve Mahoney, shares her experience of Steve's cancer journey over the past two years. Robyn and Steve are our 2020 Dry July ambassadors.

Steve Tong and Justin Denholm
30 July 2020

Convalescent plasma has been introduced to the AustralaSian COVID-19 Trial (ASCOT) in a bid to identify the best strategy to treat patients hospitalised with COVID-19.

10 July 2020

Gavin Butt is a long way from home. The 24-year-old arrived in Melbourne just over a month ago from Halls Creek WA, a regional town in the Kimberley, to undergo a complex surgery at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH).

Emergency TV
08 July 2020

The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s frontline heroes will feature in Nine’s gripping new medical series Emergency, premiering Wednesday, July 8, at 8.30pm

25 June 2020

The Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) and The University of Melbourne have welcomed a $1.48 million Federal Government grant that will expand a world first-in-human clinical trial of an implantable brain-computer interface designed to help Australians with upper limb paralysis restore functional independence.

Janet Pasricha
22 June 2020

By Dr Janet Pasricha, Refugee Health Fellow, Victorian Infectious Diseases Service (VIDS), Royal Melbourne Hospital at the Doherty Institute

16 June 2020

A new world-first method to help doctors predict which patients are at risk of developing an aggressive form of multiple sclerosis has been uncovered.

15 June 2020

At the start of the COVID-19 crisis the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) saw an influx in patients and had to quickly adapt to make sure the community could be safely tested and cared for.

09 June 2020

New research into the health of Australia’s health practitioners aims to support the wellbeing of healthcare workers and protect patients from harm. The research – led by Associate Professor Marie Bismark - received over $1 million dollars in the latest of round National Health and Medical Research Council Investigator Grants.

Professor Ingrid Winship
08 June 2020

Today, the Royal Melbourne Hospital’s Professor Ingrid Winship was recognised for her service to the medical community with the title of Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.