University of Queensland
The medical school at University of Queensland (UQ) is currently offering MD degrees (previously MBBS). This is a 4-year graduate program. Admissions test to enter this program at University of Queensland (UQ) is Graduate Australian Medical School Admissions Test (GAMSAT).
Herston is UQ‘s core campus for clinical health teaching and research. UQ Herston is home to the School of Medicine, the School of Population Health, the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences office, the UQ Centre for Clinical Research (UQCCR) and the research activities of the School of Nursing and Midwifery.The campus is located alongside the Royal Brisbane Children’s Hospital and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and is approximately two kilometres from the CBD. Its proximity to a major hospital benefits students and staff and demonstrates UQ’s commitment to working within a clinical academic environment to deliver innovative and contemporary research and education programs. Many UQ researchers work in specialised nodes located within the hospital complex, including at the Royal Children’s Hospital and the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR).
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- Mr David Hennessy (Clinical Psychologist)
- Prof Graham Lee (Ophthalmologist)
- Dr Elizabeth Blackwood (Psychologist)
- Dr Ananthababu Sadasivan (Neurosurgeon)
- Dr Luke Jeremijenko (Emergency Physician)
- Dr Brooke O'Brien (Obstetrics and Gynaecologist)
- Dr Tom Moloney (Ophthalmologist)
- Dr Peter Lewindon (Gastroenterologist)
- Dr Paul Clark (Gastroenterologist)
- Dr Aarushi Gumber (General Dentist)