Medical School

Enabling better health outcomes

UWA’s Medical School brings together the brightest students, experienced clinicians and committed researchers to unlock the greatest health challenges of our day. Celebrating 60 years in 2018, the Medical School is an infinite source of teaching and learning for individuals who share our goal of delivering better health outcomes today and into the future.

Our School exists thanks to the generosity of the Western Australian public, rural and community organisations and industry groups who continue to generously support our endeavours. We have a renowned research program carried out in laboratories, hospitals and in the community at a patient level, and we offer a range of scientific and clinical research opportunities across 10 divisions.

Our School offers courses in clinical medicine, with acknowledged leaders in medical education supervising our clinical teaching programs. A strong research culture infuses all medicine courses at UWA.

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Ranked 42 in the world for Clinical Medicine (ARWU 2017)

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Nobel Prize Laureate Professor Barry Marshall, medicine graduate and current staff member

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Since we were established in 1957 we have trained thousands of doctors

Medicine will continue to be a very human interaction. Our mission is to provide education, services and research that creates better health for the benefit of the Western Australian, Australian and international communities. Dr Brendan McQuillan, Head of School

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There are many ways to stay connected with us or find out more about our School:

Contact the Medical School

Leanne Hall, Associate Dean Executive Assistant

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