The Discipline of Anatomy and Histology is an internationally recognised and respected education and research institution. The Discipline offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses and carries out extensive biomedical research.
Anatomy and Histology maintains a large catalogue of specimens for education and research. Research tools include a high-resolution transmission electron microscope and confocal microscope and excellent specimen preparation facilities. Other facilities include automated electrophoresis, high-pressure liquid chromatography, standard histology, immuno-cytochemistry, in-situ hybridisation and surgery.
The Discipline also houses major museums such as the JT Wilson Museum of Anatomy and the JL Shellshear Museum as well as collections that are supplemented by a growing range of online learning resources.
Please post three hard-copies of the completed form with supporting documentation, arriving here no later than 15th of June 2013. Find out more.
The month of March saw two deserving candidates receiving PhDs from the Discipline of Anatomy and Histology. Find out more.
Lecturer Paul Austin received a recommended award of $20,000 from the University of Sydney Medical School's Early Career Research (ECR) grants scheme. Find out more.