School of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences

Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences

Graduate students

Check out the projects of our current PhD and Masters students and make contact with the School's academic supervisors in an area of interest.

Research

Find out about the research groups in our School and their current projects and activities including strong international partnerships in cutting edge clinical and translational research.

Teaching

The School has a strong track record in teaching psychiatry and behavioural science to medical students through a modern curriculum and innovative students activities.

Our School's mission is to achieve national and international recognition for excellence in teaching and learning, research and service provision in the areas of psychiatry, clinical neurosciences and behavioural medicine.

  • The school is very encouraging of students with an interest in psychiatry and I’ve learnt a lot about the breadth and variety the specialty has to offer. Psychiatry is still very much a burgeoning field with room for huge developments in the future, and it’s exciting to be included in that as a student.

    James Cheng
    UWA Medical Student

  • I have been fortunate to have been given the opportunity to undertake a Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours) degree with the School, and it has been the best research workplace I have been part of. The support afforded to me by not just my supervisors, but other academic and administrative staff has been phenomenal…

    Binu Jayawardena
    UWA Medical Student

  • The school is very encouraging of students with an interest in psychiatry and I’ve learnt a lot about the breadth and variety the specialty has to offer. Psychiatry is still very much a burgeoning field with room for huge developments in the future, and it’s exciting to be included in that as a student.

    Maureen Krasnoff
    UWA Medical Student

  • The passion, vibrancy and expertise of the lecturers and staff in the School of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences has fuelled my interest in Psychiatry from my very first clinical rotation in fourth year.

    Sharanyaa Shanmugakumar
    UWA Medical Student

Research

The School's wide-ranging research activities include local, national and international collaborations.

Teaching and learning

The School is responsible for the teaching of behavioural science to undergraduate students and for the teaching of psychiatry and communication skills in the Doctor of Medicine course.

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