Studying medicine at ANU is a lifetime experience. Find out why directly from our students.
During the month of Dec 2019, I completed an elective Obstetrics and Gynaecology placement in Bega, New South Wales.
I completed my elective between second and third year of medical school under the supervision of Dr Nazih Assaad at RNSH in North Ryde, Sydney. It was a...
Canada was a very positive experience. I spent the majority of my time in Toronto, Hamilton at a General Practice which also was an Indigenous Health Centre.
Lorane Gaborit is the first student to be awarded the Bill Nicholes ‘Willigobung’ Scholarship. She tells us why she decided to study medicine and recalls her...
Hear from our Rural Medical Students who are taking the next steps in their careers in wonderful rural locations.
"Literature interrogated and digested, interviews completed, data analysed, thesis written and examined, in July 2018 I graduated with great pride."
Scholarship to support an Indigenous student through medicine at ANU
MChD graduate Amanda Steele’s connection to her country, the Wiradjuri country of central New South Wales, is as strong as her thick Chicago accent.
Lissy McLinton a third-year medical student talks about her placement at the Tennant Creek Hospital in the Northern Territory.
Dr Sam Gubicak works as a GP at the Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation in Tennant Creek.
Danielle Dries, a Kaurna woman from South Australia, has graduated with a Doctor of Medicine Doctor of Surgery with distinction at the ANU graduation ceremony...