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Australian School of Advanced Medicine

Australian School of Advanced Medicine

Medicine at Macquarie

Welcome to the Australian School of Advanced Medicine - the first school of its kind to offer sub-specialty, post-fellowship training in a private teaching hospital on a university campus.

ASAM The school provides an innovative competency-based education program featuring "hands-on learning" for surgeons and physicians. We are proud of our new facility located in the Macquarie University Clinic building which includes a state of the art surgical skills anatomy laboratory centre and simulation centre with sophisticated audio-visual equipment.

The Australian School of Advanced Medicine also boasts a prestigious research centre with 70 PhD students working alongside our team of leading scientists. We welcome applications for our Masters and PhD programs at any time.


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Surgical Skills and Anatomy Centre
The anatomy laboratory, complete with sophisticated imaging equipment and audio-visual technology, is now available for surgical workshops.

Research Excellence
The school was recently designated a Concentration of Research Excellence (CoRE) at Macquarie and is an international luminary research site for GE Healthcare.

Competency-Based Training
The Australian School of Advanced Medicine provides sub-specialty training in a unique education setting.


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Advanced Anatomy by Whole Body Dissection: The Australian School of Advanced Medicine at Macquarie University offers you a unique opportunity to increase your competencies in clinical anatomy in this new course designed by clinicians and carried out in the state of the art Anatomical and Surgical Facility. For more information regarding this course commencing late June 2014, phone: +61 2 9812 3500 or email:

Seminar Series: Professor Tony Kelleher from Kirby Institute, UNSW. Friday, 2 May at 3.30pm, ASAM Seminar Room, Level 1, 2 Technology Place. 

NHMRC and ARC Success: ASAM would like to congratulate the following researchers who were awarded funds from the National Health and Medical Research Council and ARC in the latest grant round. NHMRC - Professor Marcus Stoodley and Associate Professor Brendan McMorran. ARC Discovery Project - Professor Roger Chung and Dr Nicholas Cole. 

Professor Simon Foote awarded prestigious medal. Macquarie University's Dean of the Australian School of Advanced Medicine, Professor Simon Foote, was awarded the prestigious Julian Wells Medal at the 34th Annual Lorne Genome Conference in Victoria.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation and Shake it Up Foundation sponsorship. The Michael J. Fox Foundation and Shake it Up Foundation sponsor Macquarie Neurology for groundbreaking Parkinson's Disease research.

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