Resources available for Postgraduate Research Students
The University of Melbourne has established guidelines on PhD candidature for departments, supervisors and candidates, and seeks to continually improve supervision and academic support.
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We currently have 27 PhD students at 7th October2010 plus 5 MD students
and 3 Research Masters students.
Our Postgraduate Coordinator is Hong Jian Zhu. hongjian at unimelb.edu.au
Our Postgraduate Administrator is Kim Ng. kmng at unimelb.edu.au
Information for students includes an induction session
Building Access is 24hour with key and access code
A single desk per student is provided with bookshelf and a computer shared by particular students.
Microsoft Office and other software on request from individual students is provided.
Lab space is satisfactory and other resources include unlimited photocopying, printing, phone, internet access and interlibrary loans.
Conference and travel funding is available on application to the Head of department.
We also have an Imaging and IT facility to provide technical support.
Apply your Science Foundations to High Impact Medical Research by joining the RMH/WH Academic Centre Honours Program
The Department of Surgery Bachelor of Science (Degree with Honours) Projects
are offered through the Royal Melbourne Hospital/Western Hospital Academic
Centre Honours Program.
The enrolling unit for the RMH/WH Academic Centre is with the Department of Medicine (RMH/WH). For a list of projects and further information see website link : http://honoursrmh.unimelb.edu.au/
The Royal Melbourne Hospital and Western Hospital Academic Centre Honours
Program combines projects from the University of Melbourne’s Departments of
Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery and Radiology.
Researchers have expertise in a very wide range of basic, applied and clinical methodologies and offer a unique experience to Honours students. Not only do students gain skills in the research field of their project, but they also have the opportunity to learn about the bigger picture, particularly with regard to leadership and responsibility, and the importance of the interface between research and clinical medicine.
Find out about HONOURS PROJECTS being offered through the RMH/WH Academic Centre at our Information Night for prospective students, where you can chat to supervisors and current students about projects and pathways that lead to your career ambitions.