Biomedical sciences helps us understand disease, how it occurs, what happens and how we can control, cure and prevent it. Could you make the next big breakthrough in biomedical science to improve the quality of people's health and lives?
- USQ’s Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences and Associate Degree of Biomedical Sciences can be studied using a combination of online, external and on-campus study modes. It provides practical training with over 200 hours of laboratory-based experiences as well as opportunities to undertake external work placements.
- If you aspire to study medicine, our Bachelor of Biomedical Science will give you broad knowledge to assist should you wish to undertake the Graduate Medical School Admissions Test (GAMSAT), into medicine. The Biomedical Sciences degrees also provide foundation medical knowledge in the fields of physiology and pharmacology.
- USQ's $2.5 million teaching complex and laboratories will give you the opportunity to learn with up-to-date equipment in world-class facilities. The development of laboratory and research experience is paramount in both the Associate and Bachelor degrees of Biomedical Sciences and provides work-ready skills.
- USQ has outstanding biomedical science researchers with international reputation in key fields, such as mechanisms to prevent cancer, the contribution of the microenvironment to prostate cancer, the role of food as medicine, and vaccines against middle ear disease.
Professional membership opportunities
After successfully completing the Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences, you will be eligible to apply for membership to professional organisations including the Australian Society for Microbiology, Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and the Australian Society for Medical Research.
Medical research is a critical element in addressing the major health challenges facing our community. Biomedical Sciences has a focus on providing knowledge and skills training for scientists wishing to undertake research careers particularly in the areas of physiology and pharmacology. Graduates will have a perfect stepping stone wanting to enter professional courses such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physiotherapy and veterinary science at other universities.
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