Innovation for a healthier world
The School of Medicine is known for its innovation and excellence in medical research and education.
Through its local and international partnerships the School of Medicine seeks to improve the health of urban, rural and remote communities through leadership and collaboration.
The School offers a graduate-entry medicine program that was developed to serve the needs of South East Queensland and incorporates a strong community focus.
Students and staff have access to state-of-the-art facilities within the new Griffith Health Centre, including a clinical skills centre, research, anatomy and histology/pathology laboratories and comprehensive medical library.
Students will have the opportunity to undertake clinical training and research in the brand new Gold Coast University Hospital, a tertiary-level healthcare facility that will offer world-class facilities for teaching and research.
Researchers within the School strive to make a substantial contribution to medical knowledge that results in measurable improvements in the health of the community.
The School and associated research centres host a number of research programs in areas such as cancer molecular pathology, applied health economics, clinical neuroscience, lipids and metabolism, medical education, palliative care and urogynaecology.