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Higher Degree by Research students

Higher degree research at the College of Medicine and College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences focuses on health and communities in the tropics. Our research students make a real impact on the health of individuals and communities in our region through new understandings in culture, therapies, service provision, and health systems and policy.

Contacts

Ms Emma Anderson
Research Coordinator, College of Medicine and Dentistry
+61 478 15107 Email: Research Coordinator

Postgraduate Student Officer
College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences
+61 478 16107 sphtm-studentofficer@jcu.edu.au

MBBS Honours Program students

The MBBS Honours program aims to allow academic high achievers to learn about research and undertake research later in their professional career. This is an opportunity for students to gain a deeper understanding of how new knowledge is acquired.  An Honours degree advances the academic qualifications of MBBS graduates in an increasingly competitive field.

During the Honours program students receive training in research methods and undertake a practical project.  Projects can involve clinical research, basic or applied laboratory research with a clinical focus, population or public health projects. All projects should include a component of independent data collection.  It may be possible for them to contribute to existing research projects of advisors, but each student project must reflect a high degree of intellectual involvement.

Contacts

Honours Program Coordinator - Associate Professor Ronny Gunnarsson

Postgraduate and Honours Coordinator - Ms Toni-Marie Webb. Please send your enquiries to Ms Webb MBBSHonours@jcu.edu.au.