Latest News 2018

Honours at Westmead: A student's perspective

29 May
Studying honours at Westmead provides you with a range of opportunities beyond the ordinary, including up close access to cutting edge research and leading experts. Gurtej Singh was part of the first class to complete the program in 2017, and reflects back on his experience.

International surgeon delivers annual Diana Temple Memorial Lecture

8 May
The 9th Annual Diana Temple AM Memorial Lecture was presented by Dr Caprice C. Greenberg, who gave her talk "Sticky floors and glass ceilings" about gender disparity in surgery.

Postgraduate Profile: Mohamed Tashani

1 May
Mohamed Tashani is one of our former PhD fellows at the Children's Hospital at Westmead. He came to Australia after graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Tripoli in Libya.

Study and Work with a Postgraduate Degree in Metabolic Health

15 March
Lena Attebo studied a Master of Medicine (Metabolic Health) part time at the University of Sydney while working in a clinical practice as part of an allied health team. Learn more

Building Institutional Capacity to Strengthen Sexual Reproductive Health Services in the Pacific and South East Asia

13 March
Today the University of Sydney welcomed 28 fellows from Indonesia, Timor Leste, Cambodia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) under the auspices of an Australia Awards Fellowship programme round 17. Learn More

Congratulations to Two Alumni Awarded Grants for Advances in Medical Research

13 March
The Sir Zelman Cowen University Fund (SZCUF) was established in 1978 and honours the late Governor General and his long-established link to The University of Sydney as an academic. The fund has awarded two prizes to university alumni for their advanced in medical research. Learn More.

Five Minutes With Renae Ryan

6 March
For International Women's Day we talk to the Chair of our SAGE program, Professor Renae Ryan, about the success of the program and how women can get ahead in academia. Learn More.

Harnessing Vitamin D and Body's own Killer Cells to Fight MS

30 January
Eight Sydney researchers and students have been awarded $748,200 to investigate the causes and treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS). Learn More