Higher Degrees by Research
Higher Degrees by Research and Graduate Studies
Our unique collaborative research environment, the Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP) encompasses the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health, Hudson Institute of Medical Research and Monash Health, Victoria’s largest hospital network. At the forefront of clinical translational research, MHTP has demonstrated research strengths in:
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Critical Care
- Emergency Medicine
- Genetic Diseases
- Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases
- Neurosciences and Psychiatry
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Women’s and Children’s Health
Our senior academic staff are mostly health professionals who work closely with colleagues in Monash Health, translating scientific discoveries into clinical practice in an innovative and collaborative environment. We have a strong focus on both basic and translational research with real clinical issues driving research questions addressed in laboratories. Similarly, laboratory-derived discoveries can be rapidly tested in relevant clinical settings.
You could be amongst our first to work in our recently opened state-of-the-art Translational Research Facility, co-locating research, clinical and technological platforms to accelerate and coordinate the translation of scientific breakthroughs.
For students considering a career in medical research, opportunities offered at MHTP can open many doors. A growing number of gifted students have progressed from Honours through successful PhDs and postdocs to become highly successful, independent researchers and biomedical professionals.
Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP) Student Open Days
- Day 1:
- Overview: Tuesday 19 September, 4:30-7:30pm, Monash University, Banquet Hall, Campus Centre, Clayton.
- Day 2:
- Meet supervisors/Tour our facilities: Wednesday 20 September, 4:30-7:30pm, Translational Research Facility, MHRP Building foyer, 45 Kanooka Grove, Clayton.
- RSVP link for catering purposes. Light refreshments will be provided on both nights.
- Available research projects
- 2018 Honours/Postgraduate research project booklet (6.41 MB Pdf)
- Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Head of Postgraduate Studies
Professor Katherine Loveland
Appointed late in 2014, Professor Kate Loveland (NHMRC Senior Research Fellow, Academic co-Leader, International Research Training Group (Molecular Pathogenesis of Male Reproduction) and Professor, Justus-Liebig University, Giessen, Germany) is the Head of Postgraduate Studies. Kate is also Head of Centre for Reproductive Health (CRH) at Hudson Institute of Medical Research.
Find out more about Professor Katherine Loveland.
Course options from 2015
From the 1st of January 2015 PhD training is a compulsory part of the doctoral program in the Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences (FMNHS). We have three (3) PhD programs:
Two (2) Coursework Programs
- Public Health and Preventive Medicine
- Translational Research
One (1) MNHS Professional Development Program
Application and enrollment
Applications for Postgraduate Research Training at the Monash Health Translation Precinct are made through the Monash Graduate Education. Once accepted, your enrollment is managed here with the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health.
Applications are accepted ONLY with the endorsement of a person who is willing to serve as your supervisor. You should approach individual researchers with a request to support your application by supplying sufficient detail about your education, research experience and research interests.
PhD planning and managing your milestones
- Overview of the new Monash Doctoral Program
- What you need to know about Milestone requirements (Authcate required)
- Faculty training resources
For more information please contact Ms Victoria Kasapidis, SCS Postgraduate Administration Officer (email: email@example.com)