Facts & figures
- Rated above world standard Immunology, Excellence in Research Australia 2018
Facts & figures
We teach into the Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) programs, the Bachelor of Science, Master of Medicine (Infection and Immunity) and Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine) degrees. We welcome all postgraduate student enquiries.
We teach undergraduate units into the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Science (Medical Science), with subject areas including immunology, virology and infectious diseases.
Browse some of our units of study in infectious diseases and immunology here.
* Requires a medical degree
Complete a one-year research opportunity in infectious diseases and immunology with us. An honours year enhances your career opportunities and can be used as a stepping-stone to further research.
Honours in infectious diseases and immunobiology can be completed as a Bachelor of Science (Honours) or a Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Honours).
For more information on honours with us, visit the honours page, or contact Associate Professor Carl Feng (email@example.com).
The University offers a range of research opportunities to help you pursue your passion. You can undertake a:
To learn more about research opportunities in the Faculty of Medicine and Health, visit our postgraduate research page.
Our research expertise lies in the study of micro-organisms and host immunological responses that lead to the control and eradication of pathogens and the immunology of cancer.
By understanding the mechanisms of development and transmission of infectious diseases, we can provide a rational basis for the development of novel treatments, therapies and preventative measures to combat disease. Our immunology research focuses on immune responses to important human pathogens and in cancer in order to develop new vaccines and immunotherapies.
Research areas include: