Contacts

All Enquiries

Sydney Student is the online portal for all enquiries for all courses at the University of Sydney.


Continuing and returning students

Continuing and returning students can contact the Office for Teaching and Learning:

Office for Teaching and Learning
Room 329, Level 3
Edward Ford Building (A27)
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

Phone: +61 2 9351 4366
Email:


Postgraduate Enquiries

For Postgraduate administration contact:

Postgraduate Administration
T + 61 2 9351 3132
F + 61 2 9351 8529
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Contacts for specific coursework studies

Public Health

Studies in Public Health will train you to plan, manage, review and co-ordinate public health programs for Governments, NGOs and private and public health care service providers.

Public Health
Name - title Email
Professor Tim Driscoll  
Dr Kevin McGeechan  
Public Health Program Administration  

International Public Health

An International Public Health study program will train you to apply public health practices to the most needy communities in the world, including many countries in Asia, the Pacific, Africa and Latin America.

International Public Health
Name - title Email
Professor Robert Cumming
Professor of Epidemiology
Professor Heather Jeffery
Professor,
International Maternal and Child Health
Associate Professor
Michael Dibley

Associate Professor, International Public Health
Associate Professor Mu Li
Associate Professor and Course Coordinator,
International Public Health
Dr Cynthia Hunter
Senior Lecturer
Dr Giselle Manalo
Lecturer
Mr Joel Negin
Lecturer
International Public Health Program Administration

Clinical Epidemiology

Clinical Epidemiology is for clinical practitioners who want to use advanced diagnostic and evaluation techniques to improve the clinical care of their patients.



Clinical Epidemiology
Name - title Email
Professor Jonathan Craig
Sub-Dean, Clinical Epidemiology,
Program Director
Professor Les Irwig
Coordinator, STEP program

Dr Fiona Stanaway
Senionr Lecturer,
Clinical Epidemiology
Program Coordinator

Dr Suzanne Mahady
Lecturer,
Clinical Epidemiology

Dr Clement Loy
Senior Lecturer,
Clinical Epidemiology
clement.loy@sydney.edu.au
Dr Sharon Reid
Senior Lecturer, Clinical Epidemiology

Associate Professor Angela Webster
Clinical Epidemiology

Dr Phil Clayton
Senior Lecturer, Clinical Epidemiology

Clinical Epidemiology Program Administration


Biostatistics

Biostatistics is the use of statistics and statistical methods in a health or medical context.

Biostatistics
Name - title Email
Professor Judy Simpson
Course Coordinator, Biostatistics program
Biostatistics
Administrative Officer

Health Communication

Health Communication is the advocacy of health programs and issues of public interest through the media. The role of Health Communication is further challenged by fracturing audiences, disparate channels of delivery and the opposition of powerful vested interest groups such as the Tobacco, Alcohol and Pharmaceutical industries.

Health Communication
Name - title Email
Dr Fiona Giles
Associate Dean (Postgraduate Coursework),
Course Coordinator, Department of Media and Communications

Dr Fran Hagon
Lecturer and Internship Coordinator,
Department of Media and Communications


Health Policy

Health Policy courses (Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters) offer a critical perspective on our health care system and skills in developing and implementing health policy.

Health Policy
Name - title Email
Dr Anne Marie Thow
Lecturer, Master of Health Policy
Menzies Centre for Health Policy

Associate Professor James Gillespie
Deputy-Director, Menzies Centre for Health Policy
Director, Master of Health Policy


Bioethics

Bioethics is the study of the interaction between advances in biotechnology and society.

Bioethics
Name - title Email
 Dr Ainsley Newson
 Course Coordinator
 
 Bioethics Administrator
 General Enquiries

 

Qualitative Health Research

Qualitative Health Research examines the human experience; using interviews, focus groups and observation they add to the evidence-based emphasis in medical and health care program design and delivery.

Qualitative Health Research
Name - title Email
Dr Julie Mooney Somers
Course Coordinator

Indigenous Health Promotion

Indigenous Health Promotion gives Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers the opportunity to add knowledge and skills in promoting health in clinical and community settings.

Indigenous Health Promotion
Name - title Email
Ms Suzanne Plater
Course Co-ordinator

Michelle Dickson
Lecturer

 Jonathan Birch
Administration
 

Indigenous Health (Substance Use)

Indigenous Health (Substance Use) builds the clinical, public health and academic capacity of Indigenous health professionals to work in the prevention and treatment of harm associated with alcohol, tobacco and other drug disorders in the indigenous community.

Indigenous Health Substance Use
Name - title Email
Associate Professor
Kate Conigrave

Associate Professor, Addiction Medicine,
Course Coordinator

Kylie Lee
Lecturer, Course Coordinator

 Jonathan Birch
Administration