Innovation fuels discovery at The University of Queensland Ochsner Clinical School, where faculty members and students work together to alleviate suffering caused by disease and make breakthroughs that have long-lasting impact on the practice of medicine. We are focused on tackling complex medical problems that represent global challenges to human health. Discover our latest research, meet the patients benefiting from those research outcomes and learn what drives the people behind the work.
Current UQO Student, Donald Chang, speaks about the importance of research at the UQMS Research Conference.
UQO students engage with the most critical issues in health care across the globe as they study the research process and acquire the associated research skills that are vital to the evidence-based and ever-changing practice of medicine.
The development of independent critical-thinking, the ability to develop and expand upon theoretical concepts, and the capacity to thoughtfully analyze findings are attained through active participation and immersion in the realm of scientific inquiry.