The University of Melbourne is a globally engaged, comprehensive, research-intensive university uniquely positioned to respond to the major social, economic and environmental challenges of our time.
Our research is encompassed within several broad research themes within the Melbourne Medical School. This multidisciplinary approach aims to increase the opportunities for researchers to collaborate on projects that span common themes.View
An overview of our research interests within the department and the project work being carried out by our research groups.View
Services and Facilities
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences includes a number of shared research facilities, as well as several research services open to researchers external to the University of Melbourne on a fee for service basis.view
Research in the Faculty
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is Australia's largest biomedical research faculty. We employ more than 1500 academic staff, 4000 honorary staff and 1500 graduate researchers undertaking world class research across a wide range of health and social issues in a diverse range of research settings. Researchers are located at key sites across Victoria, with more conducting research around the world. These renowned experts from every field can be found in labs, hospitals, affiliated research institutes and all across the wider community.Information and support tools for Faculty staff are available on the Faculty intranet.
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Honours and Graduate Researcher Opportunities
The Department of Clinical Pathology has a number of opportunities for PhD, masters and honours students.View
Our degrees, taught by our world-renowned academics are the perfect way to begin in the field of biomedical sciences.View
Scholarships, Bursaries and Prizes
The Department of Clinical Pathology offers exclusive scholarships and awards for its graduate research students.View
Honours and Masters by coursework
See our project guide for a wide range of available Honours and Masters projects.View
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Our pride in our graduates and in their lives spent improving the health and well-being of others is matched by our desire to maintain strong connections with all who have passed through our doors.View
The School partners with a broad range of institutions in working towards our mission. The relationships with our partners are highly valued and are central to our success in research, learning and teaching, and engagement.View
We are grateful for the many ways in which our alumni and donors support the work of the Faculty.View
The MMSSA program is designed to promote understanding of the role of public contribution among the student body and develop a culture of mutual support that endures throughout the lives of graduates.View
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Welcome to the Department of Clinical Pathology
The newly formed Department of Clinical Pathology, previously in the School of Biosciences, is now a department of the Melbourne Medical School, with University of Melbourne Centre for Cancer Research Director and Bertalli Chair, Professor Sean Grimmond as Acting Head.
Clinical pathology has strong associations in the University of Melbourne teaching hospitals and research institutions, collaborating in clinical trials and research projects. It is integral to cancer research as we seek to develop the most efficient and early diagnoses and accurate understanding of the biology and genetics of cancer, precision oncology and the best clinical and public health services.
Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology
Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology is one of Australia's largest collections of real human tissue specimens and historical anatomical models, offering students and researchers a unique insight into the human body.