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Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences)

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  • Objectives
    The Master of Science by Research allows suitably qualified students to undertake supervised research studies in a selected and approved aspect of Health Sciences. Prior to formal application, intending applicants need to give consideration to the specific research topic they wish to investigate (view sample research topics). This should be determined in consultation with a Faculty academic staff member who will be the candidate’s primary supervisor. The Dean will advise Academic Senate whether an appropriate supervisor is available and whether the candidate if qualified to undertake the project.
  • Entry requirements
    The minimum requirement for this program is * a Bond Bachelor Degree with Honours in a relevant discipline, with evidence of the ability to conduct supervised research OR * a qualification or combination of qualifications deemed to be equivalent to the above by the Postgraduate research Committee
  • Academic Title
    Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences)
  • Course description
    Career Outcomes

    The Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences) provides graduates with scientific research expertise, as well as managerial and leadership skills, to prepare them for academic and executive careers in the health and pharmaceutical industries and related fields.

    COMBINED DEGREES / FURTHER STUDY

        * Doctor of Philosophy (Health Sciences)

    RELATED COURSES

        * Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours)

    Scholarships

    We offer a range of scholarships to help students with the costs of tuition. All scholarships, including benefits and requirements are detailed in the Bond University Scholarship Program.

    FEE-Help

    FEE-HELP is an interest free loan available to Australian citizens and those holding a permanent humanitarian visa.

    In addition to FEE-HELP, there is a range of financing options available to students. Why not attend a free Investing in your future seminar to find out more?

    COURSE STRUCTURE

    Prior to formal application intending applicants need to give consideration to the specific research topic they wish to investigate. This should be determined in consultation with a Faculty academic staff member in order to see whether the Faculty can provide appropriate supervision and whether the candidate is familiar enough with the relevant research area to be able to undertake specialised study in that field.

    After consultation with a member of academic staff, the applicants for Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences) should write a brief statement (800-1200 words) indicating the area in which the research is to be conducted. This statement should include:

        * a proposed topic
        * prior research conducted by the applicant that relates to the proposal
        * previous publications by the candidate that relate to the proposal (PhD candidates)
        * literature references that provide relevant background
        * possible research methodologies (where relevant)
        * the name of a potential supervisor within the Faculty

    Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine
    Future Research Projects

    The Faculty has plans for a number of future research projects in the following areas:
    Biomedical Science

        * Genetics
              o Cardiac Gene Expression Analysis Following Ischaemic Preconditioning or Postconditioning
              o Development of Gene Knockdown Approaches as a Therapeutic for Ischaemic Heart Disease
        * Immunology
              o Assessment of Immune Function after Short Term Administration of Recombinant Human Growth Hormone (RHGH)
              o Immunological Investigations in the Aetiology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME)
              o The Immunology of Exercise
        * Neuroscience
              o Effects of Hypoxia on Zebrafish Brain Development
        * Physiology/Pharmacology
              o Effect of Calorie Restriction on Enteric Neuro-Degeneration and Function
              o Effects of Cystic Fibrosis Virulence Factors on Smooth Muscle Motility and Epithelial Ion Secretion
              o Effects of Magnetic Stimulation on Motor Output in Humans
              o Effects of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders
              o Herbal Medicines for Gastrointestinal Disorders - Mechanisms of Action
              o Signal Transduction and Trafficking of G Protein-Coupled Receptors
              o Spontaneous Contractile Activity of the Bladder Urothelium and its role in Bladder Overactivity
              o Stimulation of Muscarinic Receptor Subtypes and its Effects on Smooth Muscle Tone and Nitric Oxide Release in the Internal Anal Sphincte

    Children's Services

        * Children’s Standpoint on Quality: Giving Children Voice in the National Agenda on Early Childhood

    Forensic Science

        * Improved Detection of DNA in Forensic Samples
        * DNA Markers for Human Physical Appearance
        * Improved Methods for Analysis of Low Amounts of Male DNA in Forensic Samples

    Medical Research

        * Do secondary journals faithfully report the conclusions of primary research?
        * How do Trials Report Outcomes of Interventions for Spontaneously Remitting Disease?
        * A Systematic Review of RCTS in Medical Education
        * What proportion of Cochrane reviews of spontaneously remitting disease measure severity as well as duration of symptoms?

    Sports & Exercise Science

        * Exercise Dose-Response Relationships in Healthy Women Aged 65-74 Years

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