The Oral Health Centre is the nation’s largest and most advanced tertiary oral health facility. It brings together renowned academics and researchers, leading practitioners and top tier students with a passion to improve lives.
The iconic Whitty Building at Woolloongabba is home to a unique teaching environment for UQ nursing and midwifery students.
The University of Queensland is one of eight major clinical and research organisations in Brisbane who have agreed to form a new academic health science entity.
Queensland now has a new home for child and adolescent health research. The Centre is the result of a partnership between Queensland Health and some of the state’s leading research organisations.
The University of Queensland (UQ) is a key partner in the Translational Research Institute (TRI). TRI is a unique, Australian-first initiative designed to more rapidly translate medical research from the ‘bench to the bedside’.