St Vincent's Clinical School

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Research with UNSW

St Vincent’s Hospital has had medical students affiliated with the University of New South Wales since 1968. St Vincent’s Clinical School, UNSW Sydney has a distinguished history of medical student education, service and research for over five decades.

St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney and its co-located research institutes including the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (VCCRI), St Vincent's Centre for Applied Medical Research (AMR) and The Kinghorn Cancer Centre (TKCC), are all affiliated with St Vincent’s Clinical School, UNSW Medicine.  

Many UNSW undergraduate and postgraduate students undertake research projects at these institutes, providing them with opportunities to thrive in an atmosphere of dedication and excellence. Extensive resources to support research activities are available on site.

Our School’s Strategic Plan outlines our broad and detailed goals in the areas of student experience, research, community engagement, capabilities and resources. We aim to strengthen the breadth and depth of our research activities, actively participate in community service initiatives and provide efficient and effective support systems for professional development.

The School has a significant track record of publications and successful research grants, stemming from the trans-disciplinary backgrounds and experience of our academic and research staff.

St Vincent’s Clinical School, UNSW Medicine, has a large number of potential research projects for undergraduate (ILP and Honours), postgraduate (MSc, PhD) students and fellowships.

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