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Country manager

Senice So


Key partners

  • Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Fudan University
  • George Institute – China
  • Hong Kong University
  • Nanjing University
  • National Centre for Nanoscience and Technology of China (NCNST)
  • Peking University Health Science Centre
  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Xi’an Jiao Tong University

Teaching & learning

Huo dao lao, xue dao lao - Forever Learning
forever learning

The University of Sydney Medical Program and Shanghai Jiao Tong Medical School are working in partnership to explore how the educational principles of problem-based learning and curriculum integration can be translated to the Chinese medical education context.

Partner: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, School of Medicine 
Funded by:
- Sydney Medical School
- Shanghai Jiao Tong University, School of Medicine
Date: July '08


Student experience

Medical Student Exchange
Owen Lee

Sydney Medical School and the Shanghai Jiao Tong Medical School exchange 8 medical students each year to enhance mutual understanding of health issues and health systems. Outgoing students undertake their placement at the Renji Hospital, Shanghai. Incoming students participate in specialty rotations or in the respiratory block training depending on their year of training.

Partner: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, School of Medicine 
Date: July '08

Sydney Medical School and the Fudan University Medical School exchange 4 medical students each year to enhance mutual understanding of health issues and health systems. Outgoing students undertake their placement at either Huashan or Zhongshan Hospital, Shanghai. Incoming students participate in specialty rotations in one of our clinical schools.

Partner: Fudan University, School of Medicine 
Date: Since Jan '10

Sydney Medical School and Peking University Health Science Centre exchange 4 medical students each year to enhance mutual understanding of health issues and health systems. Outgoing students undertake their placement at one of the many hospitals in Beijing affiliated to Peking University.

Partner: Peking University Health Science Centre 
Date: Since Jan '12

Medical Student International Research Experience
graphic

The George Institute - China provides an opportunity for two Sydney Medical school students undertaking the MBBS to undertake a research placement based at the George Institute Beijing offices for up to 8 weeks. During this part of the elective placement, students will be able to work with local researchers on one of the Institute’s research projects, which include clinical trials in cardiovascular disease and injury prevention.

Partner: The George Institute - China
Date: Since Jan '10

PhD candidate training
Ning in lab

Each year the various disciplines and research institutes of the University of Sydney receive PhD candidates from China’s best universities for a 12-month international research training experience.

Partner: Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Fudan University
Xi'an Jiao Tong University
Funded by: Sydney Medical School
China Scholarship Council
Date: Since Sep '08


Research & innovation

Role of adiponectin on liver cancer cell behaviour

China-Australia Collaborations in Diabetes and Obesity Research

Process evaluation of cardiovascular disease (CVD) interventions in Anhui province

Development of Novel Anti-tumour Agents: chelator-nanoparticles

Sino-Australian Symposium: Sports and rehabilitation Science

Perinatal health in rural Shaanxi: a background survey for a large-scale community trial of the impact of micronutrient supplements in pregnancy on neonatal mortality

Breakthrough collaborative research project to reduce mortality from cardiovascular disease

Primary healthcare and the General Practitioner in China and Australia

Capacity building for international Nursing and Midwifery research collaboration

Shanghai Jiao Tong and Sydney University Research Fellowships

Annual Sino-Australian Symposia

Beijing Health Research Lecture Series

Physical activity and food energy intake during pregnancy: the ponderal index and its predictive value for BMI in the offspring

Glial-vascular dysfunction in a primate model for macular telangiectasis



Newsletters

Shanghai Expo Edition

To mark the University of Sydney’s participation in the Shanghai World Expo we highlight here some of our growing collaborations across China in the field of health. From Xi’an to Shanghai, Changchun to Wuhan, our China partnerships span the country and the territories of research, teaching and learning and student exchange.

View the rest of the Shanghai Expo Edition (PDF).

Our China Partnerships 2009

View the Our China Partnerships newsletter (PDF).



Your office in Beijing

Going to Beijing for work? Why not utilise the Office for Global Health Office in the heart of the University districts of the Chinese capital?

View the Your office flyer (PDF).

 

 



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