Sydney Medical School
As one of the Asia Pacific region's most highly rated education and research institutions, Sydney Medical School offers unparalleled opportunities to study medicine in Australia.
Our graduates play leading roles in health fields around the world and our research investigates diseases which affect millions of lives, including cancer, obesity, chronic disease and ageing, neurosciences and mental health, infectious diseases, and reproductive, maternal and child health.
Five University of Sydney academics have been named among the most influential women in Australia in awards celebrating outstanding women from a wide variety of sectors across Australia, including Associate Professor Lisa Harvey for her work in rehabilitation.
Treatments for those who snore or suffer sleep apnoea could also produce new health benefits, with a trial underway to investigate whether receiving treatment can actually stave off dementia. This research by the Woolcock Institute and BMRI featured on Channel Nine news recently. Participate
Seye Abimbola, a PhD student at The George Institute for Global Health and the University of Sydney, has been named as Editor-in-Chief of a new journal by the renowned British Medical Journal dedicated to global health.
In addition, Honorary Professor Kathryn North has been appointed as Chair of Research Committee and Clinical Professor Ian Olver has been appointed as Chair of Australian Health Ethics Committee.
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