Campus News

  • 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

  • Awards for alumni who are shaping the future of health[8 June 2017]

    Four alumni have been honoured for their exceptional achievements and dedication across the allied health landscape at the annual Faculty of Health Sciences Awards ceremony. More

  • Speech Pathology academics honoured at national awards[31 May 2017]

    Three Health Sciences academics have received prestigious awards at the annual Speech Pathology Australia National Conference held on 30 May. More

  • How to stay cool in the heat for people living with MS[31 May 2017]

    We all need to look after our general wellbeing, be it through diet, exercise or lifestyle choices. However, this is especially important when you have been diagnosed with a long-term condition like multiple sclerosis. More

  • Belong@FHS start year on a high[13 March 2017]

    The Belong@FHS peer-mentoring team have started the 2017 academic year with a win, joining forces with the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences to take out first place at the InterFaculty Tug-o-War. More

  • University of Sydney ranks number one in sport, physical therapy and rehabilitation[7 March 2017]

    The University of Sydney has been ranked first in the world in the 2017 QS subject rankings More

  • Physiotherapy students on placement in Vietnam[22 February 2017]

    Master of Physiotherapy student Rachel Haines travelled to Vietnam for a four-week student placement with the Học Mãi foundation along with 20 other medicine and allied health students from the University of Sydney. More

  • $6.3 million in funding for new internet-based stuttering clinic[7 February 2017]

    In their third consecutive NHMRC Program Grant, three academics from Health Sciences have been awarded $6.3 million to establish the world's first internet-based clinic for stuttering. More

  • HDR Supervisor of the Year awarded to Professor Patrick Brennan[9 December 2016]

    Congratulations to Professor Patrick Brennan, Associate Dean of International Research Development, who has been awarded the 2016 Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association (SUPRA) Supervisor of the Year for the Faculty of Health Sciences. More

  • Occupational Therapy student advocates children's rights to free play[26 September 2016]

    "I chose the field of Occupational Therapy because I have always loved working with children with disabilities or physical ailments in orphanages and I could use play as an effective means and end goal in therapy," said Mandi Mills, an international Occupational Therapy student from Colorado State University. More