Honours in Immunology and Human Pathology
Follow your intellectual curiosity in biomedical science and technology to open up your career options! Honours at Central Clinical School (CCS) will give you access to a wealth of research expertise and to dedicated researchers with strong clinical connections who are experienced mentors.
Monash University’s CCS focuses on translational research – incorporating insights developed from the laboratory bench research to therapies applicable at the patient bedside. Our Departments and affiliates have strong links with health care providers, ensuring that our research can move towards health outcomes as rapidly as possible. Our work provides the springboard for the development of new diagnostics and therapies for a wide range of human diseases – “where research makes a difference”.
The Honours program offers a career path into many areas of medical and clinical research, ranging from research areas in Allergy, Cancer and Burns to Trauma, Diabetes and Heart Diseases. See a full list of departments and centres here.
Links for Honours projects
- 2018 CCS Honours and Graduate Research project booklet
- Departments and Centres where honours can be undertaken
- Search the Faculty research projects database
- Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BBiomedSc)
- Bachelor of Science (BSc)
- Bachelor of Biotechnology (BBiotech)
Make your application
- BSc/BBiotech streams require you to complete a CCS project preference form: DOWNLOAD.
- BBiomedSc has its own application form: DOWNLOAD.
- International students (except internal students applying for Honours components of four year degrees) should NOT use these forms. They must apply online through International Admissions.
- Application deadline for 2018 Semester 1 entry: Friday 17 Nov 2017
CCS General Honours Coordinators
- Dr Justin Hamilton, Human Pathology
P: +61 3 9903 0125
- A/Prof Margaret Hibbs, Immunology
P: +61 3 9903 0925
CCS Student Services Officer
- Ms Mary Ljubanovic/Ms Lindy Friswell
P: +61 3 9903 0368