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  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science Dr. Paul Tooney B.Sc. Hon. PhD, Grad Cert Prac. Tert. Teach. Senior Lecturer and Convenor B. Biomedical Science Faculty of Health School of Biomedical Science
  • What is Biomedical Science?
    • Human Structure and Function - Whole body  cells  molecules
      • Anatomy
      • Physiology
      • Pharmacology
      • Cell Biology
      • Molecular Biology
      • Human Genetics
      • Microbiology
      • Virology
      • Immunology
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au Alberts et al. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 4th Edition 2002 Garland Science
  • Bachelor Of Biomedical Science
    • Year 1
    • Semester 1
        • Biomedical Science Part 1
        • Statistics for the Sciences
        • Chemistry 1010
        • Introductory Physics OR Psychology Introduction 1
    • Semester 2
        • Biomedical Science Part 2
        • Human Genomics and Biomolecular Analysis
        • Chemistry 1020
        • Mathematics 1110 OR Psychology Introduction 2
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • Bachelor Of Biomedical Science
    • Year 2
    • Semester 1
      • Musculoskeletal Anatomy for Biomedicine
      • Mammalian Growth and Development
      • Clinical Exercise Physiology
      • Human Pathophysiology
    • Semester 2
      • Human Molecular Science
      • Human Infection and Immunity
      • Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • Bachelor Of Biomedical Science
    • Year 3
    • Semester 1
      • Advanced Human Molecular Science
      • Neuroscience
      • Human Pharmacology
    • Semester 2
      • Professional Skills in Biomedicine
      • and Biotechnology
      • Advanced Skills in Research Design
      • Projects in Biomedical Science
      • OR 20 units of open elective
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • Bachelor Of Biomedical Science Honours
    • In the B. Biomedical Science Honours year the students join one of our research laboratories
    • They work on a project for a year
    • Create new and exciting data that adds to what we understand about the biomedical sciences
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • People who study Biomedical Science do well
    • University Medallists
    • Wide variety of career opportunities
    • NHMRC Fellows
    • We have Biomedical Science graduates working as:
      • Academics
      • Researchers around the world (e.g. University of Leeds)
      • Consultants for global clinical trials
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • We are hands-on and responsive in the way we teach Biomedical Science
    • Problem based learning
    • Skills based laboratory sessions
    • Group tasks
    • Summer Research Scholarships
    • Research Projects
    • Overseas exchanges
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • A great environment for study
    • Newcastle is a great place to live and study
    • The School of Biomedical Science has a strong focus on research
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • A place of opportunity - Overseas Exchanges
    • For the first time in 2008 four students went on an overseas exchange in their 3rd year to complete their B. Biomedical Science
      • Karolinska Institute Sweden
      • Clemson University USA
      • Cornell University USA
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • A place of opportunity - Careers
    • B Biomedical Science
    • B Biomedical Science (Hons)
    • Pharmaceutical Industry
    • Biotechnology Industry
    • Secondary Education
    • State and Commonwealth Govts
    • Research and Development
    • Postgraduate Degrees
      • Medicine, forensics
      • Pharmacy
      • MBA
      • Patent law
    • B Biomedical Science (Hons; PhD)
    • Research and Development
    • Tertiary Education
    • Pharmaceutical Industry
    • Biotechnology Industry
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • World class research is done here
    • We are one of the strongest research schools in the university (>$7 million 2007, $12 million in 2008)
    • 4 key research areas within the School
      • Neuroscience
      • Infection and Immunity
      • Molecular Medicine
      • Pharmacy and Pharmacology
    • Upgrading of research facilities
    • Our leading researchers have input into the undergraduate curriculum and teaching
    July 26, 2010 Careers Advisor's Workshop 2009 | www.newcastle.edu.au
  • DISCUSSION
    • A presentation for Careers Advisor’s Workshop 2009
    CRICOS Provider 00109J | www.newcastle.edu.au