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Applications for the MBBS must be received by 5:00pm on Friday 28th September, 2018.
Radiation therapy is an exciting healthcare field that uses ionising radiations for the treatment of cancer and benign conditions.
In the Radiography and Medical Imaging (Honours) course you will develop the skills to become a registered radiographer.
This is the only degree of its type in South Australia, preparing you for a rewarding career in the highly specialised field of medical imaging.
This is the only degree of its type in South Australia, preparing you for a rewarding career in the highly specialised field of radiation therapy.
This is the only degree of its type in South Australia, preparing you for a rewarding career in the highly specialised field of nuclear medicine.
Medical Radiation is a field that is constantly evolving – and with that comes a growing need for qualified medical radiation scientists to work in our public and private hospitals.
Medical radiation scientists use radiation on the human body to help diagnose, treat and monitor medical conditions or provide cancer therapy.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Clinical Science at Macquarie University.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Philosophy/Master of Research (Medicine and Health Sciences) at Macquarie University.
The Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery is a six-year, full-time undergraduate degree.
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Medicine is intellectually rewarding, challenging and inspiring.
The Bachelor of Medical Research is a research-led course, providing a strong foundation in medical research.
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine can be considered the basis of modern scientific medical knowledge and plays a critical role in evidence-based medicine.
To be an effective healthcare professional, you need to understand the workings of the body from a scientific perspective, and how people and societies function.
Medicinal Chemistry covers all elements of the development of new medicines for human use, including the isolation of new medicinal agents from natural sources, the design and synthesis of new drugs, and understanding the cause of diseases at the molecular level.
Medical Imaging graduates work with a range of sophisticated diagnostic imaging modalities including Computed and Digital Radiography, Fluoroscopy, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Mammography and Angiography equipment.
Radiation Therapists play an integral role in the treatment, care and management of patients undergoing radiation therapy treatment, primarily in treating a range of cancer types.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences, Doctor of Medicine at Flinders University.
The Joint Medical Program (JMP) is a two stage five year program comprising of a Bachelor of Medical Science (stage one) and Doctor of Medicine (stage two), offered jointly in partnership by the University of Newcastle and the University of New England.