With more than 60 active research laboratories, medical sciences research at the University of Sydney studies the cause and treatment of diseases, with the aim of addressing the most important global issues.
Our research takes a "bench to bedside" approach with projects that range from basic research at the molecular level, through to the application and translation of research findings in a clinical setting.
We conduct research across a number of the Faculty of Medicine and Health's major research themes including:
The Bosch Institute is a major centre for medical research at the University of Sydney. It brings together basic and clinical research scientists to tackle major unsolved questions about the human body in health and in illness.
Comprising of over 80 member laboratories, hundreds of research students and six multidisciplinary research facilities, the institute is a major institute for medical research at the University of Sydney.
Research at the Bosch Institute is divided into five themes that align with, and cut across, the faculty's major research themes:
The school also conducts research at a discipline level.
What's expected from your higher degree research proposal?
Applying for a PhD or research master's degree and not sure where to start with your research proposal? Use the below guidelines as a template to prepare a strong application and plan for your research degree.