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Light-Optics Research Could Improve Medical Imaging

A team of researchers, including UQ's Dr Joel Carpenter, has developed echo-less lights that could improve medical imaging inside the body, leading to less-intrusive surgery..

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Dengue Research Gets Gates Grant

The University of Queensland Receives Grand Challenges Explorations Grant For Groundbreaking Research in Global Health and Development.

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$25 Million For UQ Genomics Research

A $25 million boost to genomics research at Queensland research institutions will help experts in their efforts to improve healthcare.

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UQ Receives Regenerative
Medicine Award

For the second year running a University of Queensland researcher has been recognised by Life Sciences Queensland for their work into regenerative medicine.

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The UQ SoM 2015 Residency Match

91% Residency Match Rate for The UQ Ochsner 2014 Graduating Class.

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Multi-Million-Dollar Deal Brings UQ Pain Drug Closer To Reality

A chronic pain treatment discovered at UQ is a step closer to clinical use with a global pharmaceutical giant acquiring the Australian-founded company developing the drug.

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Early Clinical Trial Success For New Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

University of Queensland researchers have developed a world-first vaccine-style therapeutic approach to treat rheumatoid arthritis, a debilitating disease affecting more than 450,000 people in Australia.

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UQ Scientists Tackle International Virus

University of Queensland scientists will collaborate with top American researchers to develop an antibody against the growing global threat of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV).

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UQ’s Super Scanner A New Weapon Against Heart Disease

The University of Queensland is performing the Southern Hemisphere’s most advanced cardiac imaging, opening the way for improved diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.

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UQ Research Targets Ovarian Cancer

Brisbane researchers have developed an antibody drug that attacks cancerous ovarian cells and limits the serious side-effects of traditional treatments.

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UQ Ochsner Interviews For
February 2016 Entry

UQ InterviewsEligible applicants to UQ Ochsner are now required to have a faculty interview for entry in February 2016. Learn more.



The School & The Program

AboutThe University of Queensland School of Medicine is partnering with Ochsner Health System in its graduate entry Doctor of Medicine (MD) program. Learn more.


International Student Guide

AboutInformation to assist you, from planning your arrival in Brisbane through to completing your studies and returning home, including Studying at UQ, Living in Queensland and Visas. Learn more.




Academic Rankings

UQ School of Medicine received higher recent ratings than 80% of all U.S. medical schools.

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Student Life

Ochsner Medical School Association Newsletter
Student Life in Brisbane
Life As A UQ Student
UQ Guide
UQ Medical Society

School Publications

MD Curriculum
SCOPE: Newsletter of the Ochsner Clinical School
UQ SoM Brochure
UQ SoM Ochsner Clinical School Viewbook
UQ SoM Alumni Magazine
Translational Research Institute Brochure



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