13 May 2016

Registration open for Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours) student information night 29 June at CCS

See CCS's BMedSc(Hons) 2017 projects
For medical students thinking about doing the Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours) year, the options are increasingly flexible. Central Clinical School (CCS) specialises in clinical and translational research, with seamless connections between the Alfred, our next-door teaching hospital and our research facilities spread across the entire Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct. Find out more on 29 June (CCS). To register for the night, click here: Registration link

Specialities include anaesthesia and perioperative medicine, blood disorders (with the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases), burns treatment (with the Victorian Adult Burns Unit based here), cancer, immunology, neurology, psychiatry, trauma treatment and many more.

For the research oriented medical student, Monash has created the option of streamlining a graduate research program, whereby you can intermit from the MBBS, roll your Honours year over and be credited towards a PhD. You can undertake accelerated milestones and complete the PhD - depending how your research progresses - within two years of enrolment; then return to complete the MBBS. The PhD within CCS is themed translational research, so the emphasis is on expediting research findings to clinical applications.

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