The School creates an innovative and inclusive academic environment, building on a strong legacy of world-class excellence. Join the next generation of biomedical researchers to lead the revolution in medicine and public health.
Where to start
Research training is a priority for the School with programs at Honours, Masters and PhD level. The Master of Biomedical Sciences is a course work program with a substantial research component that includes a new Enterprise stream offered in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, USA. Explore the projects and contact your proposed supervisor to discuss the research program.
Research themes and projects
The School’s diverse research themes provide opportunities for you to conduct research in areas of importance and personal interest. This multidisciplinary approach brings together researchers from the social sciences, epidemiology and public health, preventive, clinical and primary care medicine and from basic and applied sciences.
The School has more than 85 research groups, producing an average of 1350 peer-reviewed publications annually. The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is Australia’s largest biomedical research faculty – around 1500 researchers are undertaking world-class research across a wide range of health and social issues in a diverse range of settings.