Imaging @ Science
Imaging @ Science has partnerships with:
- Telethon Kids Institute
- Harry Perkins Institute
- Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute
- Murdoch University
- Curtin University
- Edith Cowan University
Anatomy and human biology
Anatomy research investigates the structure, systems and functions of the body. Human biology is a closely related discipline exploring what it means to be human in an integrative wayRead more
Physiology examines how the body's cells, tissues and organs interact with each other and the surrounding environment to produce beneficial effects on function.Read more
Neuroscience (Human Sciences)
Neuroscience in the School of Human Sciences studies neuronal function and circuitry within the human nervous systems.Read more
Neuroscience (Biological Sciences)
Neuroscience in the School of Biological Sciences studies neurobiology and neuroecology as well as neural regeneration from spinal trauma in humans.Read more
Research in this area addresses origins and evolutionary processes of a species, its genetic variations and how its evolutionary development has enabled it to adapt to its surroundings.Read more
School of Human Sciences
The School of Human Sciences applies a broad, interdisciplinary approach to understanding human function and how it adapts to change and challenges.
School of Biological Sciences
The School of Biological Sciences is advancing our understanding of the Earth’s living organisms and creating sustainable futures through conservation.
Furthering human knowledge and serving humanity
Our research is redefining the boundaries of scientific knowledge and driving positive global change for better lives and communities.
UWA’s Histology Laboratory produces high-quality work for teaching and research purposes within the University and broader scientific community.