The School of Medicine is offering exciting opportunities for researchers at the Honours, Masters and PhD levels.
While we are well known for our role in training medical doctors, we also have a proud research record of vigorous and diverse research programs in basic science with applications to health and clinical research across six core disciplines.
To give you an idea of the scope of opportunities available with us, explore this website which presents the postgraduate research projects available in the School of Medicine.
These research opportunities are open to a broad range of backgrounds, from science to medicine. If you are interested in human health, consider furthering your research career with us – there are sure to be projects that match your interests and background.
We offer a stimulating research environment, excellent facilities, supervisors who are respected internationally for their work, and partnerships with some of South Australia’s great medical research institutions.
When you join the School of Medicine, you’re part of a research community that has a great past – and a bright future. At any one time there are over 200 students enrolled in Honours, Masters and PhD programmes.
Our researchers are recognised nationally and internationally for their achievements. Research ranges from inquiry into fundamental questions through to work which has a direct clinical application.
Supervisors of our research projects are drawn from both our own staff and those of the school’s affiliates. Research is carried out across six discipline areas, to browse the projects in the Disciplines of the School click on the left-hand links on this and the following pages. If you are interested, email the listed contact person for each project.