The John Curtin School of Medical Research leads the teaching of a suite of undergraduate courses in biology, and all neuroscience teaching at ANU. In addition individual JCSMR academics contribute to teaching in a variety of other courses in Biology. The administration of all these courses is by the Biology Teaching and Learning Centre.
Many research groups at The John Curtin School of Medical Research supervise undergraduate or postgraduate coursework students carrying out research projects associated with their program. These projects are an excellent introduction to biomedical research and offer the opportunity to get involved in projects that are at the edge of knowledge in their field.
The most common path to doing a project at JCSMR as an ANU student is to enrol in BIOL3208 Biology Research Project and chosing a supervisor from one of the four JCSMR departments:
- Cancer Biology and Therapeutics
- Eccles Institute of Neuroscience
- Genome Sciences
- Imunology and Infectious Disease
ANU PhB Students can also do Advanced Studies Courses with supervisors at JCSMR. The PhB coordinator for JCSMR is Associate Professor Ian Cockburn.
For non-ANU students, it is possible to carry out research projects with laboratories in the JCSMR, however no formal program exists so these projects need to be negotiated and arranged by individual supervisors.
- BIOL3204 - Human Genetics (Associate Professor Ruth Arkell)
- BIOL3144 - Molecular Immunology (Professor David Fulcher)