The St Vincent's Hospital campus at Darlinghurst consists of several research institutes such as the Garvan Research Institute, the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (VCCRI), St Vincent's Centre for Applied Medical Research (AMR) and The Kinghorn Cancer Center (TKCC). These Institutes are all affiliated with the University of New South Wales (UNSW), St Vincent's Clinical School and house many UNSW undergraduate and postgraduate students for their research projects and studies.
The School has a vibrant and active research culture, evidenced in the work of our many postgraduate research students (currently over 200 enrolled) and academic staff, our significant track record of publications, our successful history of research grants, and the trans-disciplinary backgrounds and experience of our academic and research staff. In addition to academic staff based in the School, our many conjoint staff and those within our affiliated Research Institutes contribute significantly to our research profile.
For further information on research on the SVH campus, please click this link.
For further information on grants run through UNSW, please contact the Grants Management Office.
To find a supervisor, see UNSW policies and procedures on research and any other information on research at UNSW, please contact the Research Gateway.