Higher degree research
We offer research Honours, Masters and PhD programs across our 10 research themes.
If you are thinking about undertaking a research degree:
- look into our research themes and find a supervisor whose work aligns with your own
- contact your potential supervisor.
If the expertise of the first researcher you contact doesn’t quite match your own interests, they will happily refer you on to another researcher who might be more suitable.
Researching a wide spectrum of cardiovascular biology and diseases.
Examining cell functions, interactions, and mechanisms that control embryonic development.
Contributing towards evidence-based teaching practices and high quality student learning experience.
Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology represents laboratories focused on endocrinology, neurobiology, molecular genetics and foetal programming of adult diseases.
Studying physical and immunological interactions of viruses, bacteria and parasites with their hosts.
Exploring metabolic or mitochondrial dysfunction in chronic and degenerative diseases.
Observing how communities of microorganisms interact with each other, their environment and us.
Understanding the role of cellular signalling, biochemical interactions and pathophysiology.
Exploring the effects of drugs on the nervous system and the neural mechanisms through which they influence behaviour.
Discovering new and improved ways to prevent, diagnose and treat neurological disorders.