Size of the Faculty
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is the largest Faculty at the University of Melbourne.
Research is conducted across a wide range of health and social issues in a diverse range of research settings. Researchers are located at key sites across Victoria, with more conducting research around the world. These renowned experts from every field can be found in labs, hospitals, affiliated research institutes and all across the wider community. To find out more about research and research opportunities, visit the school and department websites.
- Melbourne Dental School
- Melbourne Medical School
- Melbourne School of Health Sciences
- Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
- Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
- School of Biomedical Sciences
- Faculty Centres, Institutes and affiliated Medical Research Institute Based Departments
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences employs over 5000 researchers working across a wide range of disciplines. The University of Melbourne profiles its research staff in Find an Expert. You can search and browse Find an Expert to explore the scope of expertise at the University, and to find graduate research supervisors.
The Faculty's reported annual research income exceeds $280 million dollars, supporting projects funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council, the Australian Research Council and through other national and international funders.
The Faculty's researchers publish more than 6000 research papers every year. From 2016-2018, more than 50% of our published publications include an international collaborator with an overall field-weighted citation impact of 2.65. More than 20% of our publications are in the top 10% most cited publications worldwide (Scival).
The University of Melbourne is Australia's number 1 University in the Times Higher Education ranking of clinical, pre-clinical and health (9 in the world). In the Shanghai Jiao Tong 2019 subject rankings, The University of Melbourne is ranked 25 in the world in clinical medicine, and 23 in the world in public health.