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"It was a privilege to study at Monash."
"At Monash I learnt how to locate and apply the latest medical evidence to the problems I encounter at the bedside, and the professional qualities that the 21st century doctor requires."
"[My biomedical science degree] provided opportunities to challenge myself with complex problems important to the world..."
"Studies in paramedicine are often viewed as highly vocational, but an education at Monash gave me the skills, knowledge, and experience to open many doors."
"The most rewarding part of my work is helping people who are in need, especially during this challenging time."
"The broad scope of the degree has equipped me with the tools to examine real life population health challenges and be adaptive to emerging trends."
"I was excited to be a part of a new practical approach to medical training. I still remember going to the hospital as a student to review patients in my very first year."
"I can write an essay about my orientation experience at Monash and how it became the best time of my life."
"I gained fundamental problem solving, research and critical analysis skills that have been of enormous benefit to every job I have had since leaving Monash."
"The skills I learnt during my PhD along with the skills I developed while working in clinical trials gave me the breadth of experience needed to be a Research Manager in a large School."
"My PhD provided experience with experimental techniques and in-depth knowledge of diabetic kidney disease, but also the soft skills – such as project management and communicating with stakeholders - which allow clinical trials to take place."
"Through my PhD I developed common transferable skills such as project management, self-management, technical writing, oral presentation, evaluating evidence and networking."