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22 December 2020

Increased government support to help nurses advance their careers

Making our postgraduate courses in nursing more accessible, we are now offering an increased number of Commonwealth Supported Places across a range of our graduate certificate programs.

07 December 2020

USYD designated as WHO Collaborating Centre for Tuberculosis

The newly designated WHO Collaborating Centre for Tuberculosis at the University of Sydney will work with partners in the Western Pacific Region and globally to aim for TB elimination by 2035.
05 December 2020

New facilities to deliver complete MD program in Dubbo

Funding received from the Federal Government’s Murray Darling Medical Schools’ Network will build a new teaching facility at the School of Rural Health
01 December 2020

Why study biostatistics?

A degree in biostatistics will provide you with advanced biostatistical training ensuring that you are well placed to obtain employment in a wide range of health, pharmaceutical, university, government and NGOs. It's the ideal way to develop your existing career or move into a new field of interest.
19 November 2020

The joys and challenges of special needs dentistry

Dr Avanti Karve has always had a passion for helping people with disability and vulnerable populations. She was Sydney's first graduate in special needs dentistry and now teaches into the program as an honorary lecturer.

19 November 2020

DetectED-X partners with Volpara Health

University of Sydney start-up DetectED-X teams up with Volpara Health to improve breast cancer education for radiologists and clinicians.

18 November 2020

Leaving Singapore to study orthodontics at Sydney

Andrew is the only international student and one of only four students in his orthodontics cohort. Learn how he settled into life in Australia and his experience of the program so far.

17 November 2020

Cadwalladers build enduring philanthropic partnership with the University

Sandra and Peter Cadwallader have fostered a strong philanthropic relationship with the University, making a number of donations to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and communities.
13 November 2020

The dental alum who proudly wears two uniforms

Karen Such, Acting Command Health Officer at the Australian Army, has spent 15 years working all over Australia and offshore as an army dentist, completing her training in conscious sedation and pain control at the University of Sydney.
13 November 2020

Female led industry and research collaboration leads to long term partnership

Pushing against the barriers of being a female researcher in academia, Dr Elizabeth Clarke has been successful in collaborating with industry partners to help them solve problems and to progress her research into new and innovative directions.