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Fri, 10 Jul 2020

Having a younger brother spend time in a children’s hospital provided JCU pharmacy graduate Sidony Miller-Waugh with a long-lasting impact. So much so that she chose to pursue a career as a paediatric pharmacist, gaining an internship at the Queensland’s Children’s Hospital straight after graduating from JCU in 2017.

Thu, 9 Jul 2020
For Carolyn Reimann, coming from Detroit USA to north Queensland to study medicine at James Cook University has transformed not only her career but also her life pur...

Mon, 6 Jul 2020
A team from JCU’s College of Medicine and Dentistry has taken out a national award for innovation and excellence in education technology.

Wed, 1 Jul 2020
For Nickalus Asera Saveka graduating from JCU’s Bachelor of Dental Surgery course is something he still can’t quite believe he has achieved.

Tue, 30 Jun 2020
Hailing from Indonesia and growing up in Singapore, James Cook University’s (JCU) recent medical graduate Frica Intan Renvillia never thought she would have th...

Latest Media Releases

AI to help Emergency Departments improve patient waiting time information
Thu, 5 Nov 2020
New research from JCU’s Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine (AITHM) aims to give staff and patients at public hospital Emergency Departments better information about waiting times.

New insights into sleep problems
Wed, 28 Oct 2020
New research suggests nearly two-thirds of middle-aged people are suffering from poor sleep, with an unhealthy lifestyle, shift work, depression, and obesity found to be key risk factors.

JCU Pharmacy students stay in the regions
Wed, 21 Oct 2020
James Cook University’s drive to get more health professionals working in rural and remote areas is paying off – with JCU Pharmacy students much more likely to work outside of major cities after they graduate.

Funnel-web spiders: why they kill us, and other news
Thu, 24 Sep 2020
A bite from a male Australian funnel-web spider can kill you, but why do they bother?

New cars will need new skills
Wed, 23 Sep 2020
Self-driving cars available in the near future won’t allow drivers to sleep on the job and may even require special training and licenses to operate, according to a new study.

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