If you weren't able to attend our Open Day Information Session on 8 September, you can view it here:
The recording includes the Q & A session that took place after the formal presentations.
Visit our Student Research Projects page to learn more about the 2022/2023 projects currently available, and which researchers you would like to meet during the Open Day. Supervisor contact details are included for each project.
If you are unable to attend the Open Day, but are interested in any of the student projects on offer, we encourage you to contact potential supervisors at any time for more information. Simply email the supervisor about your interest and to arrange a time to talk.
For six decades SVI has taken on the challenge of fundamentally understanding and ultimately conquering common diseases; diseases like cancer, type 1 diabetes, bone diseases, metabolic diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes, neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s and heart disease.
SVI operates within one of the world’s most dynamic biomedical hubs. We are affiliated with St. Vincent’s Hospital (Melbourne), The University of Melbourne and are a member institution of the Mary Aikenhead Ministries. We are a partner in the Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery and collaborate with other national and international research institutes to maximize our impact.
Our diverse range of learning and collaborative research environments in areas such as cell biology, protein structural biology, biochemistry, immunology, cell signalling and regenerative medicine; as well as clinical and bioinformatics research exposes our students to a broad range of career opportunities.
While we undertake fundamental research, we have a strong business development and training program to help our researchers, and their discoveries, reach their full potential.
We have an engaging and inclusive student society.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact:
Dr Tom Brodnicki
SVI Student Coordinator
E: [email protected]