From ward rounds to sellout crowds, UNSW medical student Sophie Payten strikes the perfect chord.
Two of the world’s leading anti-ageing experts will use the 2014 UNSW Medicine Dean's Lecture to present technology and breakthroughs that will enable us to live longer, healthier lives.
The new UNSW MD finally recognises our graduates at an academic level commensurate with what we demand and what they achieve, writes Peter Smith, Dean of Medicine.
Groundbreaking work on HIV, cardiovascular disease and improving patient safety are among the major UNSW research programs to be awarded funding by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
The challenge is to restore integrity and critical independence to research, while placing community interests above that of industry, write Adam Dunn, Ian Kerridge and Wendy Lipworth.
UNSW has hosted its inaugural Postdoctoral Academy Awards for researchers in Medicine, Science and Engineering whose names don’t often get up in lights.
Innovative work in the fields of medicine, science and engineering has won UNSW researchers six of this year’s nine NSW Young Tall Poppy Science Awards.
New research suggests obese individuals often perform poorly in reasoning and planning tasks and, likewise, those with poor cognitive function are more vulnerable to excessive weight gain.
Two UNSW PhD students, Wee Siang Teo and Jan Gralton, will join 25 Nobel Laureates and the world's best young medical researchers at a prestigious workshop in Germany.
Medical luminaries are among a number of UNSW academics and alumni recognised in this year's Australia Day honours.