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La Trobe's Bachelor of Biomedical Science explores human health and disease along with the underlying molecular basis of illnesses like Alzheimer's, malaria and cancer. [+]
An internationally recognised and accredited course with a proud history extending more than 20 years, CSU's Bachelor of Medical Science is the ideal choice to launch your career as a medical scientist. On graduation, you’ll be well positioned to choose from abundant employment opportunities in the healthcare industry in Australia and overseas. [+]
Biomedical scientists provide the foundation of modern healthcare and assist in developing treatments for diseases. Your studies will focus on the human body at the molecular, cellular and whole body levels and the disciplines of biochemistry and cell biology, physiology, developmental biology, microbiology, pharmacology and neuroscience. [+]
Take the first step towards your biomedical research career with this Honours program. The Honours year requires you to present a thesis for your major... [+]
Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Laboratory Medicine) (Honours)
Take the first step towards your biomedical research career with this Honours program.The Honours year requires you to present a thesis for your major assessment.The collaboration between our School of Medical Sciences and the new Health Innovations Research Institute (HIRi) offers you exciting opportunities for world-class biomedical and biotechnical research using state-of-the-art equipment and facilities at Bundoora campus west.
Learning and teaching
The School of Medical Sciences and Health Innovations Research Institute (HIRi) are major hubs for biomedical research at Bundoora campus west. They house several internationally recognised research groups (with ERA ratings of 4 and 5) and conduct multidisciplinary and collaborative research to address key health issues in the Australian community.RMIT offers a variety of learning and teaching approaches including lectures, seminars, studios, workshops, presentations, group discussions and syndicate work. These are primarily in English.You'll have access to online resources through the myRMIT student portal.Ongoing assessment throughout the semester includes examinations, essays, reports, oral classes, presentations, group projects, research projects, laboratory projects and practical assignments.... [-]
Pharmaceutical science is both the science and business of developing new medicines. It’s at the centre of the biomedical sciences, where knowledge about... [+]
Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
Pharmaceutical science is both the science and business of developing new medicines.It’s at the centre of the biomedical sciences, where knowledge about the human body, chemistry and action of drugs are applied in the context of the pharmaceutical industry, to improve the healthcare system.Specific aspects of the degree include:drug discovery toxicity and safety clinical trials drug regulations the ethics associated with the approval of drugs medical communication of therapeutic products (sales and marketing).
This unique 4-year program is industry-engaged and gives you an ideal platform for a broad variety of careers in the biomedical sciences.A highlight is a year-long, full-time bursary-supported work placement in the final year. This gives you job-ready career experience in the pharmaceutical and related industries.... [-]
Our program emphasises vocational skills, and we use the latest technology in modern, well-equipped laboratories. You'll have access to excellent online and... [+]
Bachelor of Biomedical Science
This flexible program allows you to select specialist electives in your final year on topics like cell biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, physiology and anatomy, pathology and microbiology.Our program emphasises vocational skills, and we use the latest technology in modern, well-equipped laboratories. You'll have access to excellent online and support facilities.
You'll be able to choose electives to suit your interests. All areas provide a strong foundation for progression into research and other health-related careers.
Year 1You'll cover chemistry, human biology, cell biology, genetics, microbiology, immunology, and statistics.... [-]
Laboratory medicine applies scientific investigations to diagnose, treat and better understand disease processes. It's estimated that up to 70% of clinical... [+]
Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Laboratory Medicine)
Laboratory medicine applies scientific investigations to diagnose, treat and better understand disease processes.It's estimated that up to 70% of clinical decisions doctors make are based on information provided by medical scientists.As a graduate of the laboratory medicine program, you'll be qualified as a medical scientist and play a vital role in the healthcare system.You'll use diagnostic and scientific procedures on samples like blood, urine, tissues and swabs to investigate, identify and treat diseases.This is a 4-year degree with a clinical placement (40 weeks) providing you with work-ready skills and experience in diagnostic pathology.RMIT is the only Victorian university that offers all of the following areas of study:... [-]
Biomedical engineers design a wide range of devices like cardiac monitors, clinical computers, artificial hearts, wheelchairs and artificial tendons and limbs... [+]
Bachelor of Engineering (Biomedical Engineering) (Honours)
Biomedical engineers design a wide range of devices like cardiac monitors, clinical computers, artificial hearts, wheelchairs and artificial tendons and limbs.Increasingly complex technology is used in medical roles, and there is growing demand for technically skilled people who can design and improve devices and who understand the relationship between technology and clinical medicine.You'll study electronics, mechanical, chemical and materials engineering and biomedical sciences.You'll develop problem-solving and communication skills to help you think critically and independently. You'll come up with innovative ways to apply science and engineering to biomedical and health care.... [-]