I have a question about:
Applying for a graduate research degree or scholarship
For information on applying for graduate research degrees or scholarships in the Faculty, visit MDHS Study and follow the links.
Faculty support for research administration
The Research Development team provides support to academic and professional staff across the Faculty in the areas of: Research Strategy & Governance, Research Institute Partnerships, Research Information, Research Training and Research Collaboration & Funding. Working closely with the Associate Deans for Research and Research Training, the team provides advice and support to the Dean and Heads of Schools on the research strategy of the Faculty, with a focus on fostering excellence and impact in research. Staff in the Research Development team work closely with staff in Chancellery and University Services (Academic Services, Business Intelligence and Reporting, and Research, Innovation and Commercialisation) to provide integrated support for our researchers.
If you are a current staff member, more information can be found on the MDHS intranet.
Internal closing dates when applying for a grant/fellowship which would be administered by the University of Melbourne
The MDHS Research Development team can provide initial guidance on University of Melbourne submission requirements and closing dates. The Grants team in Research, Innovation and Commercialisation (RIC) is responsible for coordinating the submission of applications to external funding bodies. Information on major funder submission requirements, including internal closing dates can be found on the RIC website.
Finding a Research Integrity Advisor
Research Integrity Advisors (RIAs) play an important role in building the culture of research ethics and integrity at the University. RIAs are able to provide advice to any member of the University community who has concerns about the integrity of research. Information on the role and support of RIAs is available on the Office for Research Ethics and Integrity website.
Finding help with completing an ethics application
For information on applying for animal, human, gene technology and biosafety ethics approval go to the Office for Research Ethics and Integrity website.
Finding a researcher in the Faculty
The Faculty’s researchers are profiled in the University of Melbourne’s searchable Find an Expert database, including contact details, research interests and activities and availability to supervise graduate research study.
- The Faculty’s research performance
I have a question about:
General school enquiries
If you have a question not covered by MDHS, you may find your answer with the University of Melbourne 13MELB service. You can call or email 13MELB, you can also alternatively visit our ask.unimelb site for further information:
Making a gift, donation or bequest
We are grateful for the many ways in which our alumni and donors support the work of the Faculty: financial donations that support students, research programs or new academic frontiers and the many valuable gifts of books, photographs and memorabilia which continue to enrich our faculty's museums.
With your continued supoprt we are able to further enhance the University of Melbourne and the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. To be a part of this, you can visit our Giving page and see the many ways big and small you can help to contribute:
Media and communications
For general enquiries you can get in contact with our Marketing and Communications team via email email@example.com
Paul Noonan: Director, Marketing and Communication
T: 03 9035 3817
Annie Rahilly: Marketing and Communications
T: 9035 5380
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and health Sciences is proud to support our growing network of Alumni. We encourage all Alumni to visit our Faculty Alumni website. Alternatively, you can get in contact by emailing the MDHS Alumni team:
Alumni also form part of a bigger network that is the University of Melbourne Alumni, reachable at the University Alumni website. You can also make contact with the Alumni Office via email:
The Melbourne Dental School is located over three sites:
- Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne
- Bio21 Molecular Science and Biotechnology Institute
- Melbourne Oral Health Training and Education Centre (MOHTEC)
The School's museum
Henry Forman Atkinson Dental Museum
The Henry Forman Atkinson Dental Museum is unique in Australia for its age and comprehensiveness and its ability to provide insights into the social history of health, the history and development of the dental profession, and the history and development of dental education in Victoria. It aims to inspire, engage and educate audiences about the changes that have taken place in dentistry from the mid-1800s, when unregulated practice was widespread, through numerous developments to the eventual establishment of the Australian College of Dentistry in 1897 and the emergence of an organized, qualified profession.