Research within Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences underpins the Discover activities of MQ Health, Macquarie University's academic health sciences centre. Our research strengths and capabilities span biomedical and clinical sciences, physiotherapy, health systems and health informatics, and public health.
A key philosophy of our research is multidisciplinary collaboration to address pressing medical and health challenges. For example, we pursue a significant body of laboratory-based research across a range of questions in the molecular, cellular and systems biology of disease, combined with strong clinical partnerships and a constant eye towards future clinical application.
Likewise, our research on health systems and services is highly collaborative, working within our own Macquarie University Hospital and with many other hospitals and service providers nationwide to improve the healthcare system.
A common thread to our research is the aspiration to deliver research outcomes that lead to new clinical treatments and innovations in clinical practice, or that lead to changes in healthcare systems, towards improving patient outcomes.
You are invited to explore further details on our research strengths, our leading research facilities and opportunities for research studies, below.
Research facilities and services
Our research is supported by high-quality research facilities, including PC2 laboratories, centralised Macquarie University research facilities, and access to MQ Health service units in advanced surgery and clinical trials.
Graduate higher degree research (HDR)
In the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, we are passionate about the training and mentoring of the next generation of medical researchers.
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Content owner: Medicine and Health Sciences Last updated: 21 Dec 2018 11:01am