We convene undergraduate and postgraduate courses in biology and neuroscience.
The course provides in-depth exposure to the cellular mechanisms utilised by neurones in the central and peripheral nervous systems.
What is cancer, and why is it a leading cause of death in many countries like Australia?
This course provides an introduction to new discoveries in areas of importance to our understanding of human genetics and disease.
This course examines in detail all aspects of the biology of the immune system, and uses this foundation to study the application of immunobiology to human disease.
In this course you will learn about the main neuronal systems involved in how animals interact with the environment.