Latest news

Whether it be a scientific breakthrough, the establishment of cutting-edge and state-of-the-art facilities, the success of recent graduates or the appointment of leading distinguished scientists, the School has placed itself on the forefront of medical science capabilities in the region.

Here you will read about the latest developments in the School of Medical Sciences.

  

Neurovascular Man on show 03/12/2014
Anatomy students together with Dr Claudia Diaz from the School of Medical Sciences have revealed their final anatomy project, Neurovascular Man.

  

Anatomical Body Painting Project 14/11/2014
See the nervous system and cardiovascular system come alive!

  

Peter Reichenbach Anatomy Cup 2014 05/11/2014
Students competed in the annual Peter Reichenbach Anatomy Cup at RMIT Bundoora in October.

  

Science and medical sciences postgrad information session 29/08/2014
Speak with RMIT representatives about your postgraduate study options in science and medical sciences.

  

Proven innovator in higher education to head RMIT University 10/07/2014
RMIT Chancellor, Dr Ziggy Switkowski AO, is pleased to announce the appointment of Martin Bean as Vice-Chancellor and President of RMIT.

  

Students take off on cultural exchange to Japan 07/07/2014
Seven RMIT students have been chosen to represent Australia on a prestigious exchange program to Japan.

  

2014 Health Student Prizes Ceremony 05/06/2014
The College annual Health Student Prizes Ceremony, held on 13 May 2014, celebrated the academic and leadership achievements of RMIT University health students.

  

Striking against stroke 29/05/2014
Stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability and the second leading cause of death in Australia.

  

Researchers offer a new view on nanosafety 28/04/2014
RMIT researchers are pioneering new imaging techniques to examine the safety implications of nanotechnology.

  

Research finds health benefits from free play 24/03/2014
Cheap items like crates and buckets encourage children to be more active and creative when playing, research has found.