Clinical Pathology Research Groups
The Department of Clinical Pathology focuses on studying the genetic epidemiology, familial cancer predisposition, genomic pathology, patient matched modelling of drug response, cancer evolution and cancer genome discovery in rare and challenging malignancies.
General Practice Research Groups
The General Practice and Primary Health Care Academic Centre is home to the Primary Care Research Unit (PCRU). The PCRU is recognised for rigorous research programs, strong national and international collaborative research and a vibrant program of research higher degree training.
Medical Education Research Groups
The Department of Medical Education investigates learning and teaching in health professional education, including curriculum design, assessment and evaluation, and student selection.
Medicine and Radiology Research Groups
Using cutting-edge technologies, research in the Department of Medicine and Radiology covers a diverse range of topics involving interdisciplinary collaborations, focusing on current and potential clinical applications.
Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research Groups
Our researchers undertake a wide range of basic, clinical and epidemiological research in obstetrics, gynaecology and neonatal paediatrics.
Paediatrics Research Groups
We are a large and successful department within the Melbourne Medical School of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. We are committed to improving clinical care and health outcomes for children and adolescents via our extensive education, research and engagement activities.
Psychiatry Research Groups
The Department comprises various internationally recognised centres and units active in biological and translational psychiatry research.
Rural Health Research Groups
Relationships with hospitals, communities and organisations in rural Victoria play a crucial role in research projects to improve the health and wellbeing of people in rural areas.
Surgery Research Groups
The Department of Surgery undertakes basic, translational, and clinical research across the range of specialties in surgery. The Department has a strong clinical and translational focus, being based across seven hospitals and with links to research institutes at those sites, with research focusing on a diverse range of surgical and biomedical interests.