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All schools of the Faculty of Health Science have diverse and exciting research programs ranging from policy and practice research in the delivery of Health Services, issues relevant to rural and regional Australia, to clinical and experimental science, sports and nutrition. Our research programs are interdisciplinary and benefit from a rich interface with end users. The Wicking Centre for Dementia Research and Education is a key part of the Faculty of Health Science and we work closely with the Menzies Research Institute.
There is a wealth of expertise and excellent facilities available throughout the state to support your research endeavours whether you are a potential research student, a current higher degree by research candidate , a current UTAS staff member or an external collaborator.
For more information about research in the Faculty of Health Science please contact the Faculty Research Officer:
|Dr. Kathleen Doherty|
|University of Tasmania, Private Bag 39, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia|
|Telephone: +61 3 6226 4752 Fax +61 3 6226 4747|
|Website Address: http://utas.edu.au/healthsci|
For information on our research opportunities visit:
Information and assistance for those interested in applying for research funding can be found at the Office for Research Services
Please contact Kathleen Doherty for further information.
The Faculty of Health Science Research Committee is chaired by the Associate Dean Research and comprises staff from each school, an early career researcher and a post graduate student representative. Each year we coordinate the Faculty Research Forum and invite applications for funding strategic research activity.
The committee meets every two months.
Our current members are:
For more information on the activities of the FHS Research committee please contact Kathleen Doherty
Authorised by the Dean, Health Science
24 September, 2013