General Enquiries

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:

    Call 13MELB

    13MELB (13 63 52)

    Email 13MELB

    Email 13MELB

    Visit ask.unimelb

  • 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:

    Visit the Giving page

  • Media and communications

    For general enquiries you can get in contact with our Marketing and Communications team via email

    Paul Noonan: Director, Marketing and Communication
    T: 03 9035 3817

    Annie Rahilly: Marketing and Communications
    T: 9035 5380

  • Alumni Services

    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:

    MDHS Alumni

    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:

    Email Alumni Office

  • Our locations

    The Melbourne Dental School is located over three sites:

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  • 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.