The Therapeutic Technologies Hallmark Research Initiative will launch on Wednesday September 30th with a keynote presentation by Dr Michael Sheetz, Director of the Mechanobiology Institute, at National University of Singapore entitled "Mechanosensing for growth"News
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- Research Themes
Our research is encompassed within several broad research themes. This multidisciplinary approach aims to increase the opportunities for researchers to collaborate on projects that span common themes.View
- Research Groups
An overview of our research interests within the department and the project work being carried out by our research groups.View
- Lung Health Research Centre
The vision of the Centre is to improve lung health through excellence in basic and translational research.View
Research in the Faculty
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is Australia's largest biomedical research faculty. We employ more than 1500 academic staff, 4000 honorary staff and 1500 graduate researchers undertaking world class research across a wide range of health and social issues in a diverse range of research settings. Researchers are located at key sites across Victoria, with more conducting research around the world. These renowned experts from every field can be found in labs, hospitals, affiliated research institutes and all across the wider community.Information and support tools for Faculty staff are available on the Faculty intranet.
Whether you're just starting out or a seasoned professional, we have something to suit your needs and schedule. With the highest teaching evaluations in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences we are proud to offer our coursework and short course programs to our leaders and future leaders.
Our degrees, taught by our world-renowned academics are the perfect way to begin in the field of biomedical sciences.View
Faculty pages detailing Degree Structures and Completion Requirements.
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences offer an extensive range of scholarships and bursaries to undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students.View
- Department Student Scholarships
The Department currently offers two scholarshipsView
- Departmental Student Resources
Support resources for students in the Department of Pharmacology and TherapeuticsView
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The School of Biomedical Sciences includes some of the University's oldest departments and indeed the oldest biomedical science departments in the state of Victoria. For this reason it is host to a number of unique programs of both community and scientific interest.View
Welcome to the Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
The Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics is within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences and is responsible for the teaching of undergraduate students of Dentistry, Medicine, Physiotherapy, Optometry, Science and Veterinary Science.
For information on our contact details, general enquiries, information for current or future students, and our staff directory.
The Australian Venom Research Unit is a separate unit administered by the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics which provides information to the general public and clinicians on snake bites and other envenomations. The unit is funded with a grant from NHMRC.
In 1996, Dr Natalie Korszniak, completed a history of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Melbourne, for the period 1953 - 1995.