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15 September 2020

Which public health course is right for you?

Whether you’re interested in clinical research or biostatistics, managing health programs or impacting change in health policy – the Sydney School of Public Health has a range of postgraduate course options that will help you accelerate your passions.
07 September 2020

Cancer research in the age of COVID

Professor Hugh Harley of the Cancer Council and University of Sydney reflects on the challenges and opportunities facing cancer research and care.
01 September 2020

Social network for youth mental health receives $1m grant

The University of Sydney is partnering with the yourtown (Kids Helpline) to develop a custom-built social media network for youth mental health, funded by a $1 million grant from the BUPA Health Foundation.

28 August 2020

Why study biomedical science

The Master of Biomedical Science is an exciting new degree designed to meet the growing demand for graduates in medical and health sciences and related industries and equip them for a career in biomedical science.

26 August 2020

Sydney innovators win prestigious Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Fund Awards

Since 1978, the Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Fund has provided millions of dollars of support to medical research at the University of Sydney and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, with a long-term goal to improve the human condition.
24 August 2020

6 reasons to study the Master of Nursing at Westmead

From a tight-knit student cohort, world class teaching facilities and a high-quality nursing education in the heart of western Sydney, here are the top six reasons to study a Master of Nursing at Westmead.

19 August 2020

Why study dental public health?

Are you passionate about making a positive impact on the oral health of whole communities, particularly those who are disadvantaged? The new Master of Dental Public Health can help you make a difference.

18 August 2020

New clinical teaching electives open new doors to dental students

Sydney Dental School has launched a new short course pathway for DMD students to encourage senior students to pursue careers in dental academia and clinical teaching.

05 August 2020

Research funding to further support the mental health of Australians

More than $3million in funding has been awarded to two Matilda Centre academics for projects on unifying prevention of substance use and mental disorders; and treatment of child and adolescent trauma.

05 August 2020

Childhood adversity and substance use: exploring the connection and how to prevent harms

Roughly 40% of people have experienced childhood adversity and subsequently, have a substantially greater risk of developing substance use problems than those who have not had these experiences.