Doctoral study in Molecular Medicine
Why study with us?
Research in Molecular Medicine in the School of Medical Sciences is focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms of disease. This requires an integrative approach to the cellular and sub-microscopic aspects of disease using a range of biochemical, proteomic and genomic techniques.
Our research is often performed in collaboration with other departments and schools in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences or the Faculty of Science.
We welcome research proposals in topics relating to the following themes:
- Infection and Immunity
- Cancer and Genomic Medicine
- Stem cells and Development
Our research themes are led by staff who are internationally recognised experts and highly regarded researchers.
Cancer and genomic medicine
- Professor Stefan Bohlander
- Professor Cris Print
- Professor Peter Shepherd
- Professor Peter Browett
- Associate Professor Nuala Helsby
- Dr Maggie Kalev
- Dr Cherie Blenkiron
- Dr Dean Singleton
Infection and immunity
- Professor John Fraser
- Professor Thomas Proft
- Associate Professor Roger Booth
- Associate Professor Chris Hall
- Associate Professor Nikki Moreland
- Associate Professor Mark Thomas
- Associate Professor Siouxsie Wiles
- Dr Scott Graham
- Dr Stephen Ritchie
- Dr Fiona Radcliff
- Dr Ries Langley
- Dr Jacelyn Loh
Stem cells and development
Scholarships and awards
You may be eligibile for a scholarship when you decide to pursue doctoral study.
If you are interested in conducting a research project with us, please contact the Department of Molecular Medicine and Pathology's postgraduate adviser.
Dr Chris Hall
Phone: +64 9 923 2910