At the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health (SCS) we focus on both basic and translational research with real clinical issues driving research questions addressed in the laboratories. Similarly, laboratory derived discoveries can be rapidly tested in relevant clinical settings. We're a clinical teaching school and research facility located in a unique translational research environment. Our researchers, clinician-scientists and students benefit from our partnerships with Monash University, the MHTP Translation Research Facility, Monash Health and many prestigious institutes and centres in Australia and around the world. We have a strong track record of welcoming and supporting research students in productive graduate (honours and doctoral) programs within the School. SCS offers research projects in a wide variety of themes of medicine and biomedical science.
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Clinical Teaching Program (BMedSc/MD)
Clinical Teaching Programs in the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health is a vibrant interdisciplinary hub of teaching and research. We pride ourselves on providing a holistic structured program that includes lectures and tutorial programs, patient and theme based learning, bedside skills and ‘Observe Structural Clinical Exams' (OSCE), all in a supportive learning environment. Find out more.
MD Scholarly Intensive Placement (SIP)
At School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health (SCS), we hope to offer a range of exciting options for the SIP. There will be research, educational and professional placement options on offer. Supervisors will have experience in their area and be well placed to support you to make the most of your placement. Find out more.
Bachelor of Nutrition Science
A Bachelor of Nutrition Science degree trains you in human nutrition, preparing you to register as an associate nutritionist in Australia and the United Kingdom. This course explores the science behind nutrition, exploring nutrition across the lifespan, food in society, and the role of nutrition in health and disease. Find out more
We offer a wide range of online and face-to-face short courses and programs to meet your professional development needs. Our courses are accredited with various colleges and associations to assist you in meeting your CPD requirements. Our courses are developed and delivered by world renowned experts within the Monash University network. Find out more.
- Graduate Certificate of Clinical Simulation
- Graduate Certificate of Health Professions Education
- Graduate Diploma in Reproductive Sciences
- Master of Clinical Simulation
- Master of Dietetics
- Master of Health Professions Education
- Master of Mental Health Science
- Master of Clinical Embryology
- Master of Wound Care
Graduate Research Scholarships
All of our courses come with fees. To help you pay these costs you may be be eligible for one of our many scholarships, qualify for specific discounts and refunds or be able to access a government loan. Find out more.
Indigenous student PhD scholarships
The School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health is pleased to offer full scholarships for up to 2 Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students annually to undertake a PhD program in a discipline covered by SCS. This can include clinical or basic science projects. Find out more.
Early Career Researchers (ECRs)
ECRs are scientists with less than 10 years' experience post-PhD. At the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health, ECRs enjoy a focused support network. Find out more.
The School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health provides young physician-scientists with opportunities to flourish within their areas of research, while offering a strong system of mentorship and support. Find out more.