As the biggest provider of healthcare professionals, our Faculty of Health Sciences is one of the largest and broadest health faculties in the country, covering almost all specialties. Strengths lie in allied health, nursing and translational research, which is deeply embedded through partnerships with not-for-profits, service providers and the entire WA health system.
Through the health sciences, we discover new medical breakthroughs and develop our understanding of the mind and mental wellbeing. We make waves in crucial research, such as disease management, neurosciences, genomics, human movement and rehabilitation, and metabolic health.
Healthy Futures – Student Mental Health
One in six university students in Australia have considered suicide in the past 12 months.
Curtin researchers are refining a predictive tool that identifies students at future risk of suicide so they can be given the urgent assistance they require.
We need your help.
What’s happening in Health Sciences
Prof Bronwyn Myers joins the enAble Institute, a new research collaborative focussed on enabling individuals with physical and mental health needs or facing the challenges of ageing.
Doctors, midwives and midwifery students were more concerned about their exposure to COVID-19 while at work than the women receiving maternity care in the same settings.
Jess Bordessa was always fascinated by the human body and how it defends itself against invading pathogens. Now, the laboratory medicine graduate is testing for the virus that overwhelmed the world.
Hosted by the Young Alumni Advisory Board, this series explores a range of new and exciting topics, while creating a community of sharing opportunities for graduates aged 35 and under.
Delve into trending and topical issues during each episode of Curtin’s podcast series, from self-injury recovery, to cryptocurrency, to gender diversity – there’s something for everyone!
How you can help
Academic Excellence Fund
Give Health Sciences students a well-rounded and unforgettable student experience enriched by mentoring programs, internships, research, workshops and seminars, and engagement opportunities with government, corporates and not-for-profit organisations.
Join Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Archie Clements in supporting the Fund today.