The School of Biomedical Sciences offers professional development for medical and allied health practitioners. We believe that these professionals must have access to services that will build upon their knowledge and skills and provide the potential for further development, thus making certain the needs of those clients who utilise their professional services are met now and in the future.

The University of Queensland’s School of Biomedical Sciences and its predecessors have been at the forefront of educating students and practitioners since 1936 and, for the past decade, has delivered an exceptional and innovative suite of offerings in the medical and allied health disciplines. Experienced instructors conduct our courses within the Gross Anatomy Facility, a contemporary clinical setting that includes the largest dissection laboratory in Queensland.

For prospective surgical, radiology and pathology trainees and non-medical allied health professionals, this course provides topographical training in anatomy with practical sessions on wet prosected specimens.