The School of Medical, Indigenous and Health Sciences produces excellent graduates who are committed to improving the health of individuals, communities and populations. The School of Medical, Indigenous and Health Sciences provides educational experiences in a diversity of settings including rural and regional Australia, as well as internationally. Our high standards of academic rigour, breadth of knowledge across the health spectrum and a supportive community, ensure that our graduates are career-ready and have the skills to tackle the most challenging issues in health for the benefit of the local, national and global communities.
School of Medical, Indigenous and Health Sciences
Football breast injuries taking a toll but available protection is often unsuitable
Associate Professor Deirdre McGhee from the University of Wollongong specialises in breast health and biomechanics and recently finished a four-year study into breast injuries in women's sport.Read more
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander scholarships & pathways
UOW is dedicated to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to achieve a career as a doctor. We are passionate about having dedicated pathways to enable access to our Doctor of Medicine postgraduate degree, as well as providing access to a number of generous scholarships to support students during their studies.LEARN MORE