Health & Biomedicine
The College of Health & Biomedicine is committed to helping you achieve your goals. Our innovative courses, flexible pathways and hands-on approach to teaching, learning and research provide you with relevant experience that prepares you for the real world.
We expect our student community to flourish as a result of our customisation of technology-enhanced learning and our strong partnerships with the health care industry.
We have a strong commitment to internationalisation of the curriculum to enable students to gain international experience, and we also host off-shore students.
In 'Health & Biomedicine':
Courses & discipline groupsAs one of the few dual-sector universities offering courses in health and biomedicine, you can study with us at TAFE, bachelor or postgraduate level.
Our research focusOur staff and graduate students conduct research into important issues affecting the health of individuals and the community.
Clinical & simulated learningClinical learning is an important and compulsory part of our courses in dermal therapy, dietetics, midwifery, nursing, osteopathy and paramedicine.
College staffMeet the Dean of the College of Health & Biomedicine, and find contact details of staff in the College.
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For an overview of our courses, research strengths and facilities, download the Health & Biomedicine Discipline Guide.
Dean's lecture series
The annual College of Health and Biomedicine Dean’s lecture series covers:
- teaching and learning
- clinical teaching
- external engagement.
Highly regarded topic-area experts present to the College, wider university community and external partners.
Lecture 1 - Chronic diseases: the need to act now
Professor Maximilian de Courten, Director of the Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management (CCDPM) was keynote speaker at the first Dean's lecture on chronic disease.
Professor de Courten outlined the current chronic disease research and highlighted the areas where research is needed. He spoke about CCDPM's research plans.
His presentation received overwhelmingly positive audience feedback.
Lecture 2 - 'Diabetes: the largest epidemic in human history?'
Professor Paul Zimmet AO, Director Emeritus of the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute was the keynote speaker at the second Dean’s lecture in September.
Professor Zimmet’s presentation touched on just some of the many projects that he has driven during his distinguished career.
It was a privilege to have one of Australia’s outstanding scientists present to the College at our St Albans campus.
Details of the next Dean’s lecture will be published as soon as they are finalised.
For further details, please email Pat McLaughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find academic and administrative staff members in the College.
Phone: +61 3 9919 6100 or 1300 VIC UNI (1300 842 864)