Department of Biomedical Sciences
As part of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and MQ Health, we are committed to improving patient health through world-class fundamental and translational medical research.
Staff in the Department of Biomedical Sciences teach and conduct research in many core disciplines: anatomy, biomedical engineering, biomechanical engineering, cancer biology, neurobiology, pathology, pharmacology, and physiology.
Through our PACE (Professional and Community and Engagement) program, you will be taken out of the classroom and into an industry related scenario where you’ll get hands-on experience in the field. More information can be found in the Handbook.
Our students benefit from a strong culture of innovation and collaboration, work in start-of-the-art research facilities and receive opportunities for international research experience and travel.
Higher degree research
If you are interested in undertaking a research project in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, please first contact a researcher in your field of interest to discuss your ideas and potential supervision before applying.
For more information on applying or if you’d like to discuss your research pathway options, please contact:
Research ethics and safety
Students receive ongoing training to support safe and ethical research practices. The University has established Research Ethics and Biosafety Committees that review and approve research involving human participants, animals and genetically modified organisms and ensure compliance with relevant codes of practice.
Learn more about our support for current students, make requests regarding your studies online or contact us. If you have questions, please go to ask.mq.edu.au or contact the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
International student enquiries: submit an online enquiry.