30 May 2018

I study exercise and sport science: Michele Ducquet

We asked Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) student Michele Ducquet why she chose her degree, and what life is like as a uni student.
29 May 2018

I study speech pathology: Meredith Munnoch

Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology) student Meredith Munnoch takes us behind-the-scenes of life as a health sciences student, discussing her lectures, career aspirations and favourite subjects.
28 May 2018

Honours at Westmead: A student's perspective

Studying honours at Westmead provides you with a range of opportunities beyond the ordinary, including up close access to cutting edge research and leading experts. Gurtej Singh was part of the first class to complete the program in 2017, and reflects back on his experience.
28 May 2018

Pharmacy undergrads prove their ability as researchers

Research projects completed over eight weeks resulted in some exciting findings with the majority of students planning on continuing their research, and three already looking to publish.
28 May 2018

The Big Idea finalists

One of this year's finalist teams are hoping to walk out winners at The Big Idea 2018 award ceremony which recognises innovation in healthcare 'product' development.
22 May 2018

I am public health: Amy Simpson

We asked Master of Global Health graduate, Amy Simpson, to tell us about her most memorable career moment. She recalls it as ‘the meeting under the mango tree in Sierra Leone'.

21 May 2018

The health policy graduate preventing cancer in her community

We asked Master of Health Policy graduate, Renata Ram, to tell us about her most memorable career moment. She recalls the gratification she felt presenting a collective response to the Pacific Islands cervical cancer problem.
18 May 2018

What is it like to be an early career research fellow?

Dr Justin Richards is an NHMRC Early Career Fellow at the University of Sydney School of Public Health. We caught up with him to learn more about his experiences in early career research.

18 May 2018

Why study global health?

Are you passionate about improving health equity? Do you want to engage with communities in activities that improve health and well-being throughout the life-course and across the globe? The Master of Global Health will help you develop your skills to achieve your vision and make a difference.

18 May 2018

Why study bioethics?

A degree in bioethics offers a deep understanding of ethical issues in medicine, health and the life sciences. It's the ideal way to develop your existing career or move into a new field of interest.