Year 2 medical students are eligible to apply for 6-7 week projects. » Research » Research projects » The influence of 'Scrubs' on medical students' clinical practice The influence of 'Scrubs' on medical students' clinical practice This MBBS research project investigated how the popular television sitcom Scrubs influenced medical students' perceptions, expectations and experiences of clinical practice. Application of multi-omic approaches to identify the genetic bases of disorders of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation. For a list of potential student projects, please refer to the postgraduate research … Innate immune responses to Plasmodium falciparum infected erythrocytes, Group Leader Professor Beverley-Ann Biggs, Intestinal Failure and Clinical Nutrition Group. Use of tools to detect medication related problems in emergency departments, Using Artificial Intelligence to improve the diagnostic predictions of corneal topography machines for Keratoconus subjects, Using Marrow Adipose Tissue to Diagnose Osteoporosis and Predict Fragility Fractures, Using Wearable Activity Trackers to Monitor Physical Activity in Older Adults Undergoing Exercise Interventions for Falls, Vascular remodeling in patients with Mycobacterium ulcerans infection and its effect on wound healing, Your Muscles Matter – The Sarcopenia Study, A monoclonal antibody (mAb1F5) has been developed that identifies the expression of a putative growth factor, Project Leader Associate Professor Warrick Teague, A phase I/II double-blind, randomised controlled trial assessing effect of medicinal cannabis on overall quality of life for people with cancer, A randomised controlled trial of short-course antibiotics in children with cancer and febrile neutropenia, A systematic review of end of life quality of care indicators, A systematic review of the management of anxiety in palliative cancer patients, A systematic review of the management of nausea unrelated to cancer treatment, A systematic review of the management of sleep in palliative care cancer patients, A therapeutic strategy for killing cancer cells by DNA repair inhibition, Academic Department of Surgery, Western Health, An anti-calcitonin receptor (CTR) antibody for the detection of programmed cell death: the role of CTR in a novel adaptive response in a pre-apoptotic mechanism, Analysis of circulating microRNAs in patient serum as a non-invasive biomarker platform, Boussioutas Laboratory: Gastrointestinal Cancer, Brain Cancer Microenvironment and Biology Laboratory, Buchanan laboratory: Oncogenomics (colorectal cancer), Head of Laboratory Associate Professor Daniel Buchanan, Head of Laboratory Professor Lachlan Coin, Cancer drug discovery by inhibition of a DNA repair pathway with Crispr/Cas9 gene editing and biochemistry, Cancer Immunotherapy symptoms: the experience and expectations around management, Program Trial Coordinator Leeanne Pasanen, Research Program Leader Professor Jon Emery, Cardiovascular and Tumourivascular Laboratory, Centre for research excellence in cervical cancer control, Characterisation of complex structural variation in bacterial and human genomes, Group Lead, Cancer Bioinformatics Professor Lachlan Coin, Characterising Respiratory Infections in Immune-suppressed Haematology and Transplant Patients, CHEST Australia Trial: An Intervention to Reduce Time-to-Consult with Symptoms of Lung Cancer, Circulating Biomarkers in Liver Malignancy, CRISP-DNA: The feasibility of assessing bowel cancer risk using genomic testing to target screening in general practice, Herman Professor of Primary Care Cancer Research Professor Jon Emery, Defining the Role of Transcriptional Stress Pathways in Cancer Cell Resistance Towards Anti-Cancer Therapeutics, Developing clinical genomic methods for cancer of unknown primary, Development and validation of triage guidelines for colonoscopy and gastroscopy, The Psychosocial Health and Wellbeing Research (emPoWeR) Unit, Enhance: A multi-centre, randomised phase IV study, Enteric Neuropathy as a Target to Alleviate Gastrointestinal Side-effects of Chemotherapy, Establishing patterns of primary health care usage in cancer at the end of life, Evaluating molecular biomarkers of anal cancer risk, Fertility After Cancer Predictor (FoRECAsT) Study, Fertility decision tools for young women with breast cancer, Fertility preservation in children and teenagers with cancer, Fertility preservation in children with cancer, Finding a needle in the haystack: ctDNA detection for tracking cancer evolution and refining cancer risk, Function and cryo-EM structure of the breast cancer predisposition gene BRCA1, Genomic tools for diagnosis of the presence of a solid tumour and for prediction of tumour subtype and likely treatment response from circulating tumour DNA, Genomic tools for rapid diagnosis of bacterial infection using host and bacterial biomarkers, Gynaecology Research Centre - Hickey Group, Research Group Leader Professor Martha Hickey, Harnessing novel immunotherapies to restore immunity in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, Head and Neck Tumour Stream Research Group, Heterogeneity of treatment response in advanced cancer: role of intrinsic and microenvironmental factors, Hollande laboratory: Tumour Heterogeneity in Metastatic Cancer, Head of Laboratory Professor Fred Hollande, Host responses to therapy and the tumour microenvironment contribute to the development of tumour resistance, Identification and Characterisation of Molecular Mediators of Cancer Metastasis, Identification of biomarkers to novel therapies in Myelodysplasia, Identifying and characterising Lynch syndrome within the population. Students gain an understanding of the research process, limitations and variability of data, and an application of research to clinical practice. Honours application . Recruiting — indicates projects currently recruiting research students. Is there a role for adipose (fat) tissue in malaria? Students nominate a preferred research project during the first semester of 3rd year. Leveraging the power of the digital PostopQRS Registry to determine patient and clinical influences on ultimate quality of postoperative recovery. The program is a great way for you to gain research experience and an insight into research process while working alongside our leading scientific researchers. What role does the built environment play in the development of allergic diseases? Causes of Depressive Symptoms in Early Ageing, Centre for Women’s Mental Health Research, Cerebellar grey and white matter changes in children with Autism spectrum disorders, Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) biomarkers in patients with vasospasm secondary to subarachnoid haemorrhage, Characterizing brain-body relationship with respect to biological aging in elderly population, Director, Mindful A/Professor Alessandra (Sandra) Radovini, Research Group Leader Assoc. Introducing the Research Project to students Classroom posters. Assessment and management of fatigue following paediatric acquired brain injury, Australian children and adults exposure to trace elements, and their association with cognition and development. In the medical programs category, I list programs that offer high school students the chance to get hands-on experience in medicine (non-research related) such as learning simple medical procedures, watching surgeries, shadowing doctors, working in hospitals, interacting with patients, and more. The school undertakes research aligned to its research pillars through a series of research centres and groups, and extending to internal and external partnerships. Identifying biomarkers of risk and poor prognosis in CRC, Identifying novel genetic risk factors for colorectal cancer, Improving reproductive health through infectious diseases research, Inflammation-induced Cancer: Mechanisms and Novel Treatments, Inter and Intra-tumour heterogeneity in metastatic colorectal cancer, Group Leader, acting Head of Department Associate Professor Fred Hollande, Investigating the link between phenotype change and treatment resistance in prostate cancer, Linking determination of cell fate in the developing nervous system to paediatric brain tumours, Low Literacy Decision Aid about Reproductive Choices for Younger Women with Breast Cancer, Manipulating Recipient Immunological Microenvironment to Improve Outcomes in Allogeneic Transplantation, Manometric studies on oesophageal atresia and colorectal disorders, Mesenchymal Stem Cell-based Therapies for Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Colorectal Cancer, Molecular Mechanisms of Tumour Resistance Laboratory, Molecular Microbiology and Reproductive Health Research Group, Honorary, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Royal Women's Hospital/Mercy Professor Suzanne M. Garland, New reagent for detection of program cell death, NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence for Reducing the Burden of Colorectal Cancer by Optimising Screening, Novel Approaches in Therapeutic Endoscopy, Novel genetic interactions with the double-stranded RNA-induced autoimmunity pathways, Novel investigations and treatments for intractable, chronic constipation, Novel treatments for colorectal disorders, OPPtiC: A pilot feasibility study of establishing a clinical opioid pharmacogenomics database in palliative care, Optimising the management of patients awaiting liver transplantation, PaCCSC RAPID Series - Cancer-related Lymphoedema, Paediatric and Adolescent Fertility Preservation Taskforce, Postnatal germ cells are controlled by FSH during ‘minipuberty’ at 3-6 months of age, and deranged by cryptorchidism to cause seminoma and infertility, Predicting tumour evolution, immune surveillance and editing using integromic classification of the tumour microenvironment, Prediction of ovarian malignancy in children with ovarian cysts, Prevalence of Risk Factors for Melanoma in Primary Care Patients using the MelaTools Risk Calculator, Priorities and Needs of Women Living with Advanced Cancer, Head of Group Professor Christopher Hovens, Deputy Laboratory Head Associate Professor Niall Corcoran, RAPID Postmarketing Study - Medicinal Cannabis, Reducing disparities in mortality and survival for rural Victorians with colorectal cancer, Regulation of cancer stem cell self-renewal in colorectal cancer, Group Leader, Acting deputy Head of Department Associate Professor Fred Hollande, Regulation of invadopodium function and involvement in cancer cell invasion, Regulators of allogeneic stem cell engraftment, graft versus host disease and graft-versus leukaemia, Renal supportive care of patients with advanced chronic kidney disease, Professor Mathis Grossmann, MD, PhD, FRACP, The role of the essential biometal zinc in pathological and physiological processes, Role of p-21-activated kinases in pancreactic cancer, Role of the EHF transcription factor in breast cancer, Role of the Nervous System in Cancer Development and Progression, The role of the Renin Angiotensin System in tumour progression and recurrence following tumour resection, Roles of macrophages subpopulations in tumour microenvironment in gastric cancer, Sepsis pathway compliance and outcomes for haematology patients, Structural biology of proteins involved in cancer, Studying the Continuum of Cancer Care through Linking Primary Data, Research Project Leader Professor Jon Emery, Supporting earlier cancer diagnosis and efficient referral pathways in general practice, Chair of Paediatric Surgery Professor John M Hutson AO, Targeting the angiogenic and osteoclastic pathways in spinal cancer, Targeting the Lymphatics in colorectal Liver metastasis, The assessment of oral cancer risk using a chair-side tool for salivary aldehyde production, The CGA-Oncology Study: Comprehensive geriatric assessment and intervention in older lung cancer patients, The development of anti-NPY1 receptor antibodies for research into and treatment of cardiovascular diseases and cancer, The Genomic Drivers of High Risk Prostate cancer, The impact of cancer therapies on the bone marrow microenvironment, The role of EGFR Signaling in Glioblastoma Progression and Resistance to Current Therapies, The role of FANCM gene in inherited breast cancer, The role of invadopodia in glioma invasion and response to therapeutics, The role of miRNA in oral mucosal disorders, The role of RECQL4 gene in cancer predispositon, The role of RNA editing enzyme ADAR1 in liver homeostasis and metabolism, The role of STAT3-mediated Cancer Progression and Resistance to Current Therapies, The treatment of the brain tumour glioblastoma (GBM), Understanding how immune cell function is impacted by novel therapies in patients with B cell malignancies, Understanding the aetiology of Serrated Polyposis Syndrome, Understanding The Immune Environment in Metastatic Melanoma, Understanding the microenvironment of lymphodema, Understanding the role of CXCR7 in lymphodema following radiation injury, Undescended testis and inguinal hernia result from defects in the same mechanism, Project Leader Professor John M Hutson AO, Use of Connexin43 peptides as a treatment for glioma, VCCC Building Capability in Clinical Trials Program, WomenCAN: Promoting and advancing women’s health and wellbeing after cancer. Can we Fix Dementia with Deep Brain Stimulation? Similarly, our laboratory-derived discoveries can be rapidly tested in relevant clinical settings. Ocular Biomarkers, Bioenergetics and Angiogenesis Research Group, Head of Laboratory Dr Peter van Wijngaarden, Head, Ocular Genetics Professor Paul N Baird, Professor of Ophthalmic Epidemiology Professor Mingguang He, Pacemaker channels and brain excitability, Perceptual Disturbance in younger onset dementia, Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Cognition in Ageing Women, Predicting the onset of dementia using Positron Emission Tomography, Director of the Centre for Mental Health Professor Jane Pirkis, PROSPER: PRevalence Of unwanted Sexual contact: Pursuing Early Recognition, Proteomic profiles of psychotic symptom severity, Psychosis & Developmental Neuropsychiatry, Risk identification and Risk Assessment Framework, Safe Mothers, Safe Babies - Promoting safety and early parenting in high-risk relationships, Saving Brain and Changing Practice in Stroke, Self-help for Depression and Diabetes-related Distress in People With Type 2 Diabetes (SpringboarD), Project Leader (University of Melbourne) Professor Jane Gunn, Research Program Leader Professor Kelsey Hegarty, Single pulse electrical stimulation for epilepsy monitoring and tuning of DBS therapy, Smart wearable devices monitoring of intensive care patients, Stentrode: Tissue Response to Endovascular Stimulation, Stroke assessment with multi-modal imaging, Structural biology of proteins involved in mental illnesses, Studying brain-behaviour relationships during adolescence, Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP), Project Lead Associate Professor Doug Crompton, Targeting microglia in neurodegenerative diseases, Principal Investigator A/Prof Victoria Palmer, The effect of anxiety on cardiovascular risk in healthy ageing women, The influence of sleep on brain development and psychopathology over adolescence, The neurobiology of anxiety across development and sex, The Neuropsychiatry of Androgen Deprivation, Chair of Psychiatrry Austin Health Professor Richard Kanaan, The role of the ubiquitin proteasome system in schizophrenia, Therapeutic Innovations in Affective Disorders, Healthscope Chair of Psychiatry Professor Chee Ng, Towards a patient-specific examination of epileptogenesis, Trying to stop Sudden Unexpected Death in EPilepsy (SUDEP), Project Leader Professor John Christodoulou, Understanding the neural basis of decision-making under uncertainty, Understanding the outcomes, including their language, participation and quality of life, of children with autism, Undestanding trajectories and biological underpinnings of children with autism who lose skills, Using systematic reviews to understand prognosis, diagnosis and effective interventions for children with neurodevelopmental difference and disability, When might the brain go wrong: the role of immune cells at critical time-points during development, WITH: Women’s Input to a Trauma-informed systems model of care in Health settings, Primary Investigator Professor Kelsey Hegarty. Typically undergraduate students undertake a project that is part of the program of a biomedical research laboratory. The ' Research Project Guidelines for Students, Supervisors and Examiners ' booklet contains important information for students embarking on their project. The following list represents a selection of projects belonging to our researchers. Don’t worry we can help with all of this. Research framework [PDF 112KB] Research processes [PDF 112KB] Assessment types [PDF 133KB] Understanding P1 [PDF 233KB] Understanding E2 [PDF 132KB] Enterprise project questions How do early-life exposures shape childhood metabolomic profile? Morphometric analysis of a Dravet Syndrome mouse model. Applying to medical school is made much easier and less stressful with Medical Projects. The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health offers a number of research opportunities for fourth year medical students, including the university-wide Senior Scholars Program and a departmental Fourth Year Elective in Preventive Medicine and Public Health (both of these coordinated by Judy Savageau, MPH). What are the functional consequences of CDKL5 dysregulation in patient derived neuronal cells? 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Supporting staff who support Medical Students, Validation of a rapid neurological assessment of spinal cord injury (SPEED): a substudy of the ICED trial, Principal Investigator Professor Bernhard Riedel, Vitamin C concentrations following aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage, Ways of Thinking and Ways of Doing (WoTWoD) - An Indigenous Cultural Respect Program in General Practice, Web-based automated vision testing for cataract surgery outcome monitoring, Principal Investigator Professor David Story, A computer-aided decision system for gait analysis, A cytokine pathway in the control of inflammation and pain, An ultrasensitive assay to detect aggrecan degradation products in patient fluids, Biofabrication of an in vitro 3D osteosarcoma model, Biological mechanisms underpinning the social gradient of health, Principal Fellow A/Prof Sharon Brennan-Olsen, Group Leader Associate Professor Chris Yates, Bone strength in young healthy females, older patients with low-trauma fracture and older healthy adults: peripheral quantitative computed tomography based finite element analysis, Bone Substrate Composition Affecting Bone Cell Formation, Function and Bone Turnover, CASE: Cartilage Analytic Screening Environment, Community engagement and policy discourse: Musculoskeletal disease, Controlled mechanical stimulation for cartilage regeneration modelling with 3D bioprinting techniques. Determining the mechanism by which the male sex hormone, testosterone, acts to decrease fat mass. Research Projects for Medical Students at BUSM The Enrichment Office at BUSM is piloting a program (starting in May, 2020) to match BUMC faculty with evolving research needs with BU medical students who are interested in participating in short- or long-term research. Discussions between the appropriate course co-ordinator, the academic supervisor and the student, determine the project finally undertaken. School Research Themes. Ensuring our research makes a difference is a key part of our ethos and research strategy. Younger-onset dementia - carer mental health and service use. Visit our Study website for PhD program and application information.. A versatile framework for simulating the structure and dynamics of cytoskeletal networks Recruiting. Does weekly iron supplementation increase iron uptake in pregnant Vietnamese women, and improve maternal and infant health? How does the periosteum control bone width? What is the microbiological effect of a single dose of azithromycin given in labour? The Stand Up & Go Study: Physical activity and sitting time reduction program for older community members. How are autophagic processes involved in bone mineralisation? The Office of Medical Student Research is located on the 5th floor of the Harold & Muriel Block building. Multimodal imaging measures to improve dementia diagnosis, New methods for investigating bone muscle and fat mass using 2D DXA images to predict performance, risk of falls and fractures, Osteosarcopenia assessment in resource-limited settings, Osteosarcopenia in community-dwelling older adults attending the Falls and Fracture Clinic, Osteosarcopenia in Older Adults Attending a Fracture Liaison Service, Pathology begins in the cells: Studying lipotoxic stress generated from adipocytes in bone and muscle cell cultures, POPS (proactive care of older people undergoing surgery), Pre-clinical Analysis of Effects of Lamin A Overexpression on Mesenchymal Stem Cell Differentiation into Myocytes, Predicting Disability and Frailty in Older Persons: The Western Osteosarcopenia and Frailty (WOSF) Study, Promoting and advancing midlife health in women, RAndomised trial to imProve the quality of lIfe of people with Dementia (RAPID), Principal Researcher rofessor Nicola Lautenschlager (Melbourne Site), Refining the comprehensive geriatric assessment, Regulation of blood cell production by endothelial cell-derived retinoic acid receptor gamma, Satellite imaging technology to detect the early signs of glaucoma and Alzheimer’s disease in the retina, Social and physical activities in ageing women, Synthesising, dismantling and optimising cognitive interventions, Taking the “Guesswork” Out of Glaucoma Clinical Management with Novel Imaging, The Correlation between Knee Effusions and Clinical Presentation in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis, The Impact of Inflammation-Driven Cancers on Immune Ageing. Key Contact. Research Opportunities. Can dietary phytophenols improve pregnancy outcomes? The Cerebral Palsy Hip Interventions Project (CP-HIP), Mice resistant to collagen degradation teach us about skeletal development and arthritis, Molecular Endocrinology and Musculoskeletal Research Group, Group Leader Associate Professor Rachel Davey, Molecular signalling pathways controlling gene expression during chronic disease progression, Outcomes of Hip Interventions for Children with Cerebral Palsy – An International, Multi-Centre Prospective, Comparative Cohort Study, Pre-Clinical Studies Identifying Novel Molecular Regulators of Skeletal Muscle Growth and Atrophy, Group Leader Associate Professor Keith Lim, Single Event Multilevel Surgery in Bilateral Spastic Cerebral Palsy: A Multi-centre, Long-term, Follow-up Study, Social determinants of musculoskeletal disease across the lifecourse, Structural biology of proteins involved in bone diseases, The CGA Study: Development of an evidence based Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment, The Gait Outcomes Assessment List (GOAL): Validation of a new measure of gait function for children with cerebral palsy, The role of an aggrecan 32mer fragment in developing osteoarthritis, The SHAPE Study: Nutritional Needs, Physical Function and Sarcopenia in Geriatric Outpatient, Understanding the effect of lower limb torsional deformities in typically developing children and adolescents. 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