Medicine: Dr James McGann
Listen to Dr James McGann discuss with Val McFarlane, the transition from student to doctor in University of Melbourne '5 things about' podcast.
Medicine: Dr Bronwyn King
Internationally renowned anti-tobacco agent, Dr Bronwyn King (MB BS 1999), has been appointed the inaugural Joint Distinguished Fellow in Australian Studies, in partnership between the University and King’s College London.
Medicine: Dr Amanda Caples
This article was first published on the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences' newsroom on 18th October 2016.
Rural Medicine: Dr Jeff Robinson and Dr Christine McConnell
A day in the life: the rewards and challenges faced by Dr Jeff Robinson & Dr Christine McConnell in regional Australia.
Paying tribute to the lives of Melbourne Medical School alumni
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Austin 50 Year Anniversary
On Saturday 8 April, over 350 of Austin Clinical School's graduates and friends gathered to celebrate 50 years of clinical school excellence.
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MDHS Scholarship Fund
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Welcome to Chiron 2019
In this edition of Chiron, we celebrate extraordinary women from the medical field who are alumni, staff or friends of the Melbourne Medical School.
This edition also features ‘a walk down memory lane’, including all the highlights from Reunion Weekend festivities in 2018. This year Reunion Weekend will be open to all alumni of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. We hope you will join us on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 November 2019 to celebrate.
We trust you will enjoy reading this latest edition and we welcome your feedback and contributions to future issues. To tell us what you think, take the Chiron 2019 survey.