How our students are making a difference
Comforting kids in pain
Jade Ferullo is exploring how tablet computers can distract children undergoing medical procedures.
Mustafa Atee developed an app to assess pain by reading facial expressions.
Sexology centre stage
Jordina Quain combines her background in performance with sexology to educate young people.
We are continually exploring innovative solutions to global health problems through our strong links with professional bodies and industry.
Our Graduate Research School is responsible for administration related to HDR student candidature, support and advice on scholarships, training and thesis examination, supervisor registration, and the development of policy and strategy.
Our flexible study options are designed to help you balance your work, family and study commitments. You can choose to study part-time, online, and in some cases, take evening classes. In 2015, 55 per cent of Curtin’s health sciences postgraduate students chose to study part-time.
Scholarships are part of Curtin's commitment to rewarding academic excellence, supporting research, and enabling students from all backgrounds to realise their potential. Scholarships are more than just financial support, they can enhance your portfolio of achievements.
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