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  • From Physio to Founder and CEO of SportsMed Studio and Hit 100[4 September 2018]

    Karn Ghosh was an award-winning physiotherapy student with an entrepreneurial spirit. Now he's the founder and CEO of two health-tech start-ups, SportsMed Studio and Hit 100. More

  • Exploring patient-centred pathways for mental health care[4 July 2018]

    Jennifer Smith-Merry's life has been impacted by mental ill-health, shaping her work as the research leader at the Faculty of Health Sciences Centre for Disability Research and Policy, where she's one of the greatest advocates of patient-centred healthcare. More

  • High achievers honoured at Awards Night[12 June 2018]

    The 2018 Faculty of Health Sciences Awards ceremony recognises excellence within the faculty. More

  • The Big Idea Finalists[29 May 2018]

    Professor Maria Fiatarone, Michael Inskip and Dr Yorgi Mavros could be sitting on the next Big Idea to revolutionise healthcare. A finalist for the Big Ideas 2018 award for their product, HUMPHRE: The Holistic Unit for the Management of Personal Healthcare and Rehabilitation, the award recognises innovation in the development of a 'product' with the potential to revolutionise healthcare. More

  • 5 Minutes With Madii Himbury[12 March 2018]

    Madii Himbury, first time Winter Olympian and Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sports Science) student, says her love for health and sport has led her to pursue a dual career as a professional athlete and allied health practitioner. Now in her final year of studies at the University of Sydney, we spent 5 minutes catching up with her on her experience at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, and the path she took to get there. More

  • SUPRA Supervisor of the Year Awards 2017[17 November 2017]

    Nine academic staff from the Faculty of Health Sciences were nominated by their HDR students for the 2017 SUPRA Supervisor of the Year Awards held at the Holme Building, Camperdown Campus on Thursday 9 November 2017. More

  • 5 reasons to become an allied health mentor[16 November 2017]

    As an allied health graduate, you have the knowledge and experience highly valuable to building this diverse community. Read our five reasons why becoming a mentor can make a real difference to the next generation of future health leaders. More

  • NHMRC Success[25 October 2017]

    Researchers from the Faculty of Health Sciences have been awarded fellowships and are involved in two new centres of excellence under the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council funding. More

  • 6 things we discovered about studying occupational therapy[19 October 2017]

    We followed second-year Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Occupational Therapy) student, Clement Lim around on a typical day on campus to ask him 15 questions about studying occupational therapy at the University of Sydney - why he chose it, what he likes about it, and what surprised him most about university life. More

  • 6 things we discovered about studying exercise and sports science [16 October 2017]

    We followed second-yearBachelor of Applied Sciences (Exercise and Sports Science)student, Ali McGill around on a typical day on campus to ask her 15 questions about studying exercise and sports science at the University of Sydney - why she chose it, what she likes about it, and what surprised her most about university life. More

  • 7 reasons to study medical imaging science at the University of Sydney[11 October 2017]

    Thinking about a specialist career in medical imaging science, but not sure if it's right for you? We've put together our top 7 reasons you should study medical imaging science at the University of Sydney. More

  • 10 tips to eat the Mediterranean way[10 October 2017]

    What constitutes a Mediterranean diet? Health Sciences PhD researcher Sue Radd lists 10 ways you can incorporate this prevention-style diet into your daily routine. More