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29 May 2020

How do researchers build successful industry relationships?

When forming industry partnerships, researchers must consider a number of factors to ensure a successful match. We spoke with a Faculty of Medicine and Health researcher to understand what’s involved in the process.
19 May 2020

Sydney dental community bands together during COVID-19

From redesigning the simulation clinics to ensure students can graduate on time to setting up a communal pantry with donated essential goods, Sydney Dental School staff have been going above and beyond to support their students during COVID-19.
19 May 2020

A legacy that could change lives

Susan and Stephen Wolkowicz are leaving a generous bequest to the University of Sydney to advance congenital disorder research. The donation will fund a scholarship named after their late son Paul Wolkowicz.
19 May 2020

The history of the Sydney School of Public Health

Founded in 1930, Sydney School of Public Health is Australia’s first and leading school of public health. Each day, we are tackling the greatest health challenges the world faces by providing quality education, conducting high-impact research and translating knowledge into action.
11 May 2020

New appointment to lead innovation through clinical research

New head of Health and Clinical Analytics team leads research into clinical data from patients with COVID-19, assisting front line healthcare workers.
06 May 2020

The Matilda Centre to receive additional funds to address the impact of COVID-19

The Matilda Centre is to receive additional funding from the federal government to enhance online support services for people experience drug and alcohol problems during the COVID-19 pandemic.

05 May 2020

8 reasons to study health at the University of Sydney

From brand new health facilities to lively student societies, flexible study options and financial support opportunities, here are the top 8 reasons to study a health degree at Sydney.

04 May 2020

How to become a speech pathologist

Becoming a speech pathologist is a straightforward process. After completing the HSC, you must study an accredited tertiary degree and then register with Speech Pathology Australia to become a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist.