Honours in anatomy
Why do honours in anatomy?
You have the opportunity to complete an Honours year in Anatomy to further your knowledge before pursuing a career or going on to postgraduate research studies in anatomy. The Honours program gives you exposure to research in your chosen area. By focusing on the development, undertaking, communication and analysis of a research area, you will build on your existing competencies and develop additional ones.
Apply by registering your name with the Honours Coordinator, Associate Professor Brian Grills (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Check the Department's research specialisations below to see our current areas of research and research projects, and to find the relevant group leader to contact for potential supervision.
- Scholarship of Teaching in Anatomy
- Neuroscience of Pain
- Muscular and Skeletal Anthropometry
- Mental Wellbeing and Disease.
Finding a supervisor
One of the most important aspects of your research study will be finding a supervisor in Honours in anatomy.
Your study experience
Overseas study opportunities
You may be eligible for our student exchange program.