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Turning a love of anatomy into a career as a paramedic

When Tomoaki Shiratsuchi began his undergraduate degree, his plan was to become a doctor, but a turn at paramedicine changed his career path entirely  When Tomoaki began his… Read More

Doctor of Medicine as the foundation for a career in medical research

Michael Evans plans to combine his passion for research and education into a career built on life-long learning and development  Michael Evans is currently in his third year of medical school and… Read More

What COVID-19 has taught me as an intern doctor

Hayman Lui is in her first post-graduate year since finishing her Doctor of Medicine / PhD concurrent pathway at Griffith University. Here, she shares… Read More

Finding a pathway to Medicine through Science

Victoria Astill-Torchia's love of science led her to the Bachelor of Biomedical Science, but it was a desire to help people at their most vulnerable that drove her to Medical School. Read More

Using telehealth to help rural and remote communities during the COVID-19 crisis

When Sarah McNamee’s plans to deliver medical education in the USA were no longer an option due to the COVID-19 outbreak, she turned to her other… Read More

Griffith Health connects with global industry

Griffith University was well represented in the recent 2019 AUSTRALIA–CHINA Science, Technology, Commercialisation and Innovation Forum, which occurred in Chonqing, China from 21-23 January. The… Read More

Griffith Health’s rural community expands with Dalby Hospital Clinical Education Centre

Working with Queensland Rural Medical Education (QRME) and the Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service (DDHHS) Griffith University opened the new Griffith University… Read More

Lending a helping hand to graduates pays off for Professor

Griffith University’s Professor Cordia Chu from the School of Environment and the School of Medicine has been awarded a Special Commendation for Excellence in Graduate Supervision… Read More

Medicine graduate first to land academic role

Dr Lisa Amey completed her medical training at Griffith’s School of Medicine in 2010 and is now the first medicine graduate to achieve an academic position at the University. Dr Amey’s remarkable academic ability and willingness to teach led to her appointment as Associate Academic Manager for the graduate-entry medical program, the Doctor of Medicine (MD). Read More

Cultural immersion on Palm Island

Opportunities to apply real life skills and knowledge attained at university are extremely valuable to any university student. To gain insight into their future profession, School of Medicine students recently visited Palm Island with second-year students Blake Jones and Shruti Yardi the first to go. Read More