We combine innovative interdisciplinary research with high quality teaching programs to address global health issues and to train graduates for careers in discovery science and as health professionals.
Our graduates and postgraduates have followed successful careers on the domestic and international scenes, as research scientists, as industry professionals, and medical and health practitioners.
Our undergraduate course offerings include:
- biomedical science
- medical laboratory science.
Our courses combine high level discipline skills with foundational skills and many industry, government and research organisations seek our graduates. With accomplished and renowned staff, our teaching builds towards the latest in knowledge, technologies and skills that prepare students for future career success.
Our staff teach the fundamental and advanced units of many professional health-related courses that lead to careers in:
- paramedic science
- clinical exercise physiology
- forensic pathology.
Our research is rated above world standard in the area of medical biotechnology with significant contributions made in:
- vaccine development
- disease diagnostics
- wound healing and regenerative medicine
- cancer research.
QUT has earned a ranking of world standard or above in 100% of its research assessed at the four-digit Fields of Research (FOR) level under the Australian Government's Excellence in Research for Australia assessment framework (ERA 2015).
We are committed to tackling health-related issues of global importance and our courses are designed to give talented students research skills for use in the real world.
Our researchers are members of the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, based at our Kelvin Grove campus, with affiliated sites at major hospitals including the Translational Research Institute at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and the Medical Engineering Research Facility at the Prince Charles Hospital.
Our research areas include:
- cancer, including the national Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre - Queensland
- wound healing and tissue regeneration, including the CRC Wound Management Innovation
- chronic disease, supportive and palliative care
- infectious disease focusing on the global ramifications of bacterial and viral diseases
- vision improvement in collaboration with the Queensland Eye Institute.
School of Biomedical Sciences
- Phone: 3138 1938
- Int. phone: +61 7 3138 1938
- Fax: 3138 1534
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Level 9, Q Block,
- Postal address:
QUT - Gardens Point Campus
2 George St
Brisbane QLD 4001