Discover Research Honours & Master of Biomedical Sciences
Discover Research Honours & Master of Biomedical Sciences Information Session for 2017 September 13, 2016 Professor Lea Delbridge Coordinator Who is this info for applying for BSc(Hons), BBiomed(Hons) and MBiomedSci in SBS & MMS Departments (and affiliated Institutes) Does not apply to Science Departments (e.g. Zoology, Genetics Faculty of Veterinary Science (Veterinary Bioscience Psychology students (apply through School of Psychological Sciences) What would you do? work closely with a senior researcher & their group learn advanced research techniques and processes acquire advanced knowledge in your particular field What would you gain?
preparation for a Research Higher Degree (PhD, M Phil) enhanced employment options and prospects You decide on a Project .talk potential supervisors current/past Honours & Masters students Course Coordinators in Depts many projects offered in Honours & Masters sizes You find a Project .look & go wwws (Dept, Faculty) Project booklets (pdfs from Dept s) info sessions & Expos ( Ugrad & Grad) Honours: 4th undergrad year, with a medium sized research project, an academic top-up, entry to PhD. Masters: 2 yr graduate degree, substantial research project, professional training, entry to PhD. Componen
Master Hons Masters & Honours Descripti students study & share together. t Core Disc Sub Core Disc Sub Project on Dept-specified subject (advanced) Research methods subject BIOM40001) (ie Lit Review, Oral Presentns, Other Disc SubsThesis Prof Skills Subs TOTAL Points
12. 5 12. 12. 5 12. 5 125 575 25 25 N/A N/A 200 100 A core research methods subject BIOM40001 - Introduction to Biomedical Science some Departments offer alternative Methodology subjects) Contemporary process of biomedical
investigation Real hypotheses, data management, analysis & presentn Data case studies, software skills, publication process Ethics: IP, fraud, COI, integrity in research 10 x 2hr tutorials over 2 weeks, 2 x assignments (<3000w) Honours: BH-BMED/BH-SCI Semester 1 BIOM40001 or Equivalent Adv. Coursework Subject Credit Points Semester 2 Research Project 12.50 Research Project Completion Requirements: Credit Points 50.00
12.50 25.00 Examples of Advanced Coursework Subjects: A pass in at least 100-points of subjects A result of at least 65% in research project A weight credit-point average of 65% or above ANAT40002 Seminar Anatomy & Cell Biology BCMB40002 Advanced Stud in Biochem A BINF40001 Trends in Health Informatics BMSC40004 Approaches to Med Research PAED40002 The Biology of Human Health & Dis. Timelines Masters & Honours Application Due Dates Honour
s Via HATS (Honours Application & Tracking System) 25/11/16 Masters Via UoM on-line Graduate Coursework www 30/11/16 timely CSP 13/1/17 late Offers Round 1 Dec Wk3 Accept: early Jan 2017 Round 2 Jan Wk2+ Commencem ent 13/2/17 Rolling as Supervisors &
Coordinators approve 13/2/17 (BIOM40001 2 wk intensive) (or alt methodology subject) (BIOM40001 2 wk intensive) (or alt methodology subject) Honours : Application Eligibility & Selection (HATS) An undergraduate degree with major in Project relevant discipline area A weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 65% for Y1-Y3 (H3 or equivalent) English proficiency already satisfied, via undergrad course admission Honours Application & Tracking System (HATS) preference system selection coordinated via HATS & occurs at Departmental level Honours : BH-BMED/BH-SCI
http://sc.mdhs.unimelb.edu.au/how-apply Honours : Application Step 1: Lodge an Application for UoM students (Local or International), apply through student portal under Admin tab for non-UoM students: - Local: www.futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/grad/apply/aust - Int: www.futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/int/grad/how-toapply Applying for Honours will: - generate your student number - HATS password lodge Project preferences through HATS HATS passwords: - sent by email to unimelb address and by text weekly basis - thus may need to wait up to 1 week to receive Step 2: Submit Project Preference via HATS Department/Institute Information Sessions Department/ Institute Name
Information Session Days Location Details Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Friday 9 September 2016 1.00pm - 2.00pm ESJ King Lecture Theatre Medical Building (Building 181), Parkville Friday 16 September 2016 3.30pm - 5.00pm Bio21 Institute 30 Flemington Road, Parkville Easter Hill Academic Centre (St Vincent's Hopsital) Thursday 15 September 2016 5:30pm onwards Lucy Jones Hall, Royal Victorian Eye & Ear Hospital 426 Albert Street, East Melbourne VIC 3002 (opposite St Patricks Cathedral The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental
Health Friday 9 September 2016 12.00pm - 2.00pm Level 5 Staff Room, Kenneth Myer Building 30 Royal Parade, Parkville Department of General Practice Wednesday 5 October 2016 4.00pm - 5.30pm Monday 5 September 2016 Wednesday 14 September 2016 4.00pm - 6.00pm Boardroom, 200 Berkeley Street, Carlton Department of Medical Biology @ WEHI Department of Medicine & Department of Surgery Austin Health Heidelberg Level 7, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research 1G Royal Parade, Parkville Please contact our student coordinator to arrange a visit to see our facilities and meet our friendly research teams Jo Mayall - [email protected] Tel: (03) 9496 3590
Department of Medicine at Royal Melbourne Hospital Tuesday 30 August 2016 4:00pm 5:30pm Royal Melbourne Hospital Function & Convention Centre. (Entry from Grattan Street). Department of Microbiology and Immunology Wednesday 7 September 2016 12.00pm 1.30pm Auditorium, Ground Floor, Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity 792 Elizabeth Street, Parkville Department of Oral Health Science (Dental Science) Thursday 15 September 2016 12.00pm - 2.00pm 3rd Floor, Bio21 Institute 30 Flemington Road, Parkville Department of Paediatrics & Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (Melbourne Childrens Campus) Tuesday 13 September 2016
5.00pm - 7.00pm Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, The Royal Children's Hospital, 50 Flemington Rd, Parkville Department of Pathology Tuesday 6 September 2016 12.00pm - 1.00pm Peter MacCallum Seminar Room Level 4 West, Medical Building, Parkville Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Monday 12 September, 4.30 7.30pm Wednesday 24 August 2016 6.00pm - 6.30pm Thursday 22 September 2016 4.00pm - 6.00pm Level 7, 305 Grattan Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Wednesday 14 September 2016 1.00pm - 2.00pm Room N316 (North Practical Laboratories)
Level 3 North Wing, Medical Building (Building 181), Parkville Peter MacCallum Seminar Room Level 4 West, Medical Building (Building 181), Parkville Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics Department of Physiology Friday 16 September 2016 11.00am - midday Woodward @ Unihouse Level 10, Law Building, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton Pharmacology Practical Class, Level 8 East Wing, Medical Building, Parkville http://sc.mdhs.unimelb.edu.au/explore-research-series--how-apply-honours-and-master-biomedical-science Questions ???? Problems???? Honours [email protected]
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