Precinct level

Honours research by precinct

This tab gives you a view of how Honours courses are organised by precinct. Different precincts offer different specialisations and departments for Honours courses. If you want to find out more information on a particular precinct please contact the relevant coordinator listed below.

Precinct Course departments Contact Information
Austin HealthMedicine (Austin Health) spans diverse areas of biomedical research covering cancer, cardiovascular disease, endocrinology, genetics, neurosciences and pharmacology.

Find out more about Honours in Medicine (Austin Health).

Surgery (Austin Health) includes  hepatobiliary and pancreatic Surgery, and liver transplantation. This is the largest General Surgery training hub and delivering Masters programs in Surgical Education and Surgical Sciences.

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Jo Mayall
Email: j.mayall@unimelb.edu.au
Eastern Hill Campus Medicine (St Vincent's) undertakes basic, clinical and applied research in a range of areas including basic mechanisms of biology and physiology, clinical and community-based epidemiology, clinical neurosciences, infection and immunity, as well as clinical trials of new therapies and devices.

Students can also undertake research in any of the precinct’s affiliated medical research institutes and in St Vincent’s Hospital departments such as St Vincent’s Institute.

Surgery (St Vincent’s)  constantly strives to provide the highest level of complex and innovative surgical care, comprehensive surgical training for tomorrow's leaders as well as ground-breaking basic science and clinical research.  Specialist surgical disciplines include Opthalmology(CERA), Otolaryngology and Medical Bionics.

Find out more about Honours at Eastern Hill.

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Eastern Hill Administrators
Email: easternhill-gr@unimelb.edu.au

Dr Amanda Edgley
(Honours Coordinator)
Email: aedgley@unimelb.edu.au
Parkville - Royal Melbourne Hospital Medicine (Royal Melbourne Hospital) has a diverse range of medical disciplines across basic science and clinical medicine including cancer research, healthy aging, inflammation and pain, neuroscience and stroke, renal and vascular disease.

Find more about Honours in Medicine (Royal Melbourne Hospital) here.


Surgery (Royal Melbourne Hospital) involves oncology, cardiovascular, anaesthesia, clinical ultrasound, urology, general surgery, trauma and neurosurgery.
 
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Dr Adrian Achuthan
Academic Coordinator
Email: aaa@unimelb.edu.au

Simone Stahli Quinn
Administrative Coordinator
Email: sstahli@unimelb.edu.au
Western Health Precinct Medicine (Western Health) conducts high quality research into acute and chronic diseases common in the western suburbs of Melbourne.

Find out more about Honours in Medicine (Western Health).

Surgery (Western Health) plays a pivotal role in researching diseases that affect local communities, positioning Western Health as a leader in related academic and research fields.

Download the 2021 Honours slidepack which includes an overview of the Honours program at Western Health and an introduction to the available research projects. Please contact the Department for a full list of available projects.
Dr Nicole Stupka
(Honours Coordinator)
Email: nicole.stupka@unimelb.edu.au

Aloka Bandara
(Academic Programs Officer)
Email: aloka.bandara@unimelb.edu.au