Find out about the world class research and teaching available at UniSA's Division of Health Sciences.
As Pro Vice Chancellor: Health Sciences, I extend a warm welcome to you.
Home to all of the University's Health Research and incorporating the schools of Health Sciences, Nursing & Midwifery and Pharmacy & Medical Sciences, the Division of Health Sciences has an outstanding reputation amongst industry, government and community for the education of health professionals and delivery of research excellence in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of health issues.
We collaborate with our partners to ensure our innovative research and consultancy is conducted with a focus on applied knowledge in key areas of health, including cancer treatment, genetic and infectious diseases, nutrition and exercise, population health and epidemiology, the early origins of adult health, and healthcare models.
We place a strong emphasis on practice-based learning, with significant investment in teaching and research facilities, including the Health Innovation Building in South Australia’s health and biomedical precinct. Our students gain valuable hands-on experience, learning within modern purpose-built laboratories and on-campus clinics that service the community.
Drawing on world-class skills, knowledge and facilities, we celebrate our successes and invite business, industry and government to explore valuable opportunities for collaboration, discovery, progress and innovation.
Professor Robert Vink
Pro Vice Chancellor
Division of Health Sciences
The School offers programs in allied health disciplines of rehabilitation and exercise science, health science, medical radiation science, physiotherapy and podiatry
The School offers programs in nursing and midwifery, with formal links to professional nursing bodies and health partners, locally and nationally
The School offers professional programs in pharmacy, pharmaceutical science, laboratory medicine, medical science and nutrition and food sciences
Our researchers' interests are many and varied, but all share a spirit of cooperation and desire to improve human health.