We combine science with inquisitive minds to produce versatile graduates
Our School has one of the most versatile student groups, with students going on to further study in the Health sector or graduating with a career in a highly in-demand sector. With an academic and support staff that are industry connected and bring a wealth of experience and innovation to the school our graduates are equipped with clinical and field knowledge.
Our vast array of research projects. professional development activities, staff and student networks and personalised development centres encourage both staff and students to achieve the remarkable.
MENZIES HEALTH INSTITUTE QUEENSLAND
Committed to developing healthy communities through exceptional health and medical research. A key focus is the translatable potential of our research and how likely is it to drive improved outcomes in human health and wellbeing.
Learning and Teaching Impact
The School of Medical Science, based in the stunning and fast-growing Gold Coast region of Australia, offers cutting-edge teaching and learning experiences in a range of disciplines fundamental to the health professions. We are consistently advancing our learning and teaching practices to provide graduates with outstanding records of employment progression.
The School's alumni form a network of successful professionals in the health industry, whose careers have taken them from the Gold Coast to locations around the world. In 2017 we celebrated our 16h year of graduates from the School of Medical Science and we continue to connect our alumni through a networking of ground-breaking researchers and industry employed graduates.
Four Fulbright Scholars for Griffith
15 Jan 2020
Four Griffith University representatives have been named recipients of the prestigious Fulbright...
VC rewards excellence in our university educators
24 Oct 2019
Dr Leanne Kenway from the School of Medical Science has been named the 2019 Vice Chancellor’s...
Gene-editing breakthrough in battle against cancer
09 Oct 2019
Gene editing technology leads to new cervical cancer breakthrough.
First Nations students awarded Arrow Energy scholarships
19 Sep 2019
Five Australian First Nations Griffith University students have received the Go Further Indigenous...