School of Life Sciences research
Healthy Futures: Medical and molecular biosciences including projects focused on cancer, metabolic diseases, neuroscience, parasitology or infection and immunity
Sustainability and Ecosystem Health: Environmental sciences including projects focused on air quality, plant ecology, wildlife health and conservation biology
Life Sciences Technologies including cell and membrane biophysics, intracellular delivery and biological pharmaceutical
An Honours course is a research-based program devoted to a research project. It is a unique opportunity for students to explore their research potential and great to improve their employability.
Honours is not only the first step towards a career in research but also an excellent way of learning STEM skills such as analytical thinking, problem solving, dealing with complexity and uncertainty, time- and project management and communication skills.
Projects in our school cover a range of disciplines. Read about our 2019 School of Life Sciences honours projects.
If you would like more information on Honours projects or the enrolment process, please contact the following people:
- Fraser Torpy for Environmental Sciences projects and projects at the Climate Change Cluster (C3)
- Valery Combes for Medical and Molecular Biosciences projects and projects related to Infection and Immunity at the i3 institute