This project (BIOM30003) is designed for undergraduate students who have achieved excellent results in the discipline related to the project, to help develop practical scientific skills.
Students can undertake a project in several disciplines within the School of Biomedical Sciences, and undertaking a research project is a fantastic way to develop practical scientific skills. It will also provide valuable experience to students considering honours, masters or a PhD.
Before applying to take this subject, students should discuss their intention with the relevant discipline coordinator
|Anatomy & Neuroscience||Dr. Jenny Gunnersen - email@example.com||http://biomedicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/departments/anatomy-and-neuroscience|
|Biochemistry & Molecular Biology||
Dr. Leon Helfenbaum - firstname.lastname@example.org|
Dr. Laura Edgington-Mitchell - email@example.com
|Microbiology & Immunology||Dr. Jessica Welch - firstname.lastname@example.org||http://biomedicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/departments/microbiology-Immunology|
|Pathology||Dr. Vicki Lawson - email@example.com||http://biomedicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/departments/pathology|
|Pharmacology & Therapeutics||Professor Peter Crack - firstname.lastname@example.org||http://biomedicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/departments/pharmacology|
|Physiology||Professor Joel Bornstein - email@example.com||http://biomedicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/departments/physiology|
- Discuss potential projects with staff in the relevant department/school.
- Complete the Biomedical Science Research Project Application Form - this form must be authorised and signed by the relevant department/school.
- Add BIOM30003 to your study plan.
- The form should then be scanned and emailed to BiomedSci-AcademicServices@unimelb.edu.au
- If the application is approved, you will be enrolled you in the subject and sent a confirmation via email.
- If your application is not approved, you will be contacted via email.