New Clinical and Translational Medicine education units launched

Three new Translational Medicine Coursework units were launched on Monday 3 August by the Central Clinical School's (CCS) Education Team, headed by Professor Robyn Slattery.

From 2021 these units will be offered as part of the new Master of Clinical Research - Translational Medicine course. See the handbook links for detail:
Prof Slattery said, "I wish to extend my gratitude for all CCS researchers involved for their valued expertise and contribution to the development and implementation of these fabulous educational offerings, and to the incredible education team who have pulled the material together."

The new subjects are available to the school's Doctoral students, who will undertake two units over the course of their degree. Current students are invited to contact the relevant unit coordinator if needing further support to access the online unit this semester i.e. Aug - Dec 2020:

These units will also be offered to Masters degree candidates.  The Master course is called Master of Clinical Research - Translational Medicine CRICOS code M6028.  It is a joint Masters with the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and CCS.  This Masters program will open up for international enrolments in 2021.

See our current graduate research programs at: