Department of Biomedical Sciences
Study the biological origins of disease, explore technical and clinical techniques, and support medical developments that address urgent health needs.
The Department of Biomedical Sciences is committed to improving patient health through world-class fundamental and translational medical research. Our research integrates genetic and proteomic analyses with unique cell and animal models and computer technology to explore the molecular mechanisms of disease pathogenesis and to advance patient well-being.
Nurture your passion for fundamental biology and translational science, and contribute to research that is focussed on improving patient health and well-being through undergraduate and postgraduate study at Macquarie.
The Department of Biomedical Sciences explores the fundamental processes of cardiorespiratory and neuronal functions and applies sophisticated technologies to explore disease mechanisms and novel therapies.
Our two-year Bachelor of Clinical Science prepares students for a career in medicine and medical research, as well as continued study in biomedical sciences through our Master of Research and Higher Degree Research programs. The department excels at research and has a strong focus on partnerships and translational research with the potential to unlock cures and treatments for diseases and genetic disorders.
World-class staff and facilities
The Department of Biomedical Sciences’ staff use their depth and breadth of knowledge to provide excellent teaching, supervision, training and mentoring programs for students and early career researchers.
Best-in-class equipment, facilities and a thriving culture of collaboration are shared across all of Macquarie’s health sciences departments, programs, research centres and the university’s on-campus hospital. These connections provide a distinct point-of-difference for the department and faculty alike—there is a true sense of study extending from the lab bench to the hospital bed.
This facilitates highly relevant learning experiences and the rapid translation of research into new diagnostic and therapeutic tools. With the support of patients and consumer advocates, scholars can also gain valuable, personal insights to inform their work.
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