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Year 2 medical students undertake rural immersion
A new interactive program focused on global health is changing how university students engage with and learn about global health practices.
Get to know the new team of ANU researchers working on brain stimulation and psychedelic therapies.
O-week activities for our medical students were back to pre-pandemic levels with lots of opportunity to socialise.
ANU Enagement and Success Manager and PhD scholar, Sarah Walker, discusses why orientation week is so important.
Christina Lee was chosen to present her research at the ANZACA conference.
The theme ‘Our World, Our Future’ offered students the chance to examine global and high impact issues through the lens of various professions.
Ms Taylor Glover in the inaugural recipient of the Jessica King Scholarship.
Rural Week is an opportunity for urban based medical students to experience rual living and broaden their exposure to rural medicine.
Researchers from psychology and medicine spent time at the ANU Classics Museum to consider health and the human experience through art and history.
Ms Pru Rolff embraced the "Getup! Stand up! Show Up! theme for NAIDOC week by participating in the NAIDOC touch football carnival.
A formidable protective agent that's been documented in medical journals for close to two centuries could be key to defending against airborne bacteria...