Welcome to our school! You are landing here at a time of great change for both the school and the wider faculty of Medicine & Health.
Stay connected with what’s happening at UNSW School of Biomedical Sciences. Read our news and thought-leadership articles on contemporary topics and explore exciting events coming up on the calendar.
A UNSW Sydney-led consortium has secured a $1.37 million grant from the Michael J. Fox and Shake It Up Australia Foundations.
Professor Peter Gunning has been recognised by the Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology for his research which potentially impacts a broad range of diseases including childhood and adult cancers.
UNSW Sydney scientists are exploring the effects of microgravity – the condition where people or objects seem to be weightless – on mammalian cells.
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Studying Biomedical Sciences at UNSW will help you discover practical solutions to global health issues. Our interdisciplinary study areas will help you investigate human health, disease and the role technology plays in how our bodies function.
Research is at the heart of the school, and we are proud of our long history across the broad sweep of biomedical research disciplines. As a central element of the biomedical research precinct at UNSW, our school features modern laboratory facilities and leading-edge research infrastructure.
From anatomy and physiology to pathology and pharmacology, the School of Biomedical Sciences has created opportunities for immersive and inclusive student life at UNSW Medicine & Health. View our list of internships, mentoring and peer programs to excel.
Following the amalgamation of Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology and Pathology in 2001, the School of Medical Sciences was formed. We have benefited from the rich research and teaching heritage of each of these former schools. Today, we are known as the School of Biomedical Sciences.