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A tale of two tropical fevers
Jeffrey Warner has spent decades researching tropical infectious diseases like tuberculosis and melioidosis, which is key to improving health in the Tropics.
Clinical skills take Geraldine to summit
James Cook University’s Geraldine Le is in London for a medical student leadership summit after shining among 7500 participants in a global clinical skills competition.
Experience has no substitute
Reflections from our first JCU rural placement
For our second-year medicine students, their first rural placement is a formative experience. We talked to four of our students on placement in Atherton about what they learned and loved most...
Doctor brings care to homeless
Dr Daniel Nour was on a clinical elective at London’s Imperial College in the final year of his JCU medical degree when the idea for his Street Side Medics charity started to form.
Where JCU can take you
From the classroom to the reef
What’s it like to study marine science in Australia? Marissa Hutchings explains what it was like getting her hands wet on Orpheus Island, South Australia and the Galapagos Islands.
On the frontlines of climate action
JCU’s Dr Peter Jones belongs to an unexpected group on the frontlines of the fight against climate change: social workers.