Associate Professor Jane Black, Department of Anatomy & Developmental Biology received the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Honours Supervision
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The Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology runs an active Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Bachelor of Medical Sciences Honours year program. Our students carry out their projects within the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology at the Clayton campus. If enrolling with one of our collaborative Centres, students conduct their research component at the off-campus venue and complete their coursework through the Department. Our collaborative groups include, Monash Accident Research Centre, Prince Henry's Institute of Medical Research, the Baker Heart Research Institute and the Australian Stem Cell Centre.
Students who have completed their Honours projects in this Department have had very successful career outcomes. Most have gained employment, continued on to complete their PhD or enrolled into postgraduate Medicine or allied Medical courses.
To be eligible to undertake Honours, students must have a distinction level average in at least 24 points (or equivalent) of relevant third year units.