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22nd May, 2023

NSW Health Pathology values the power of collaboration that comes from our university partnerships. Research and innovation spark from new ideas and fresh perspectives.


We are pas­sion­ate about fos­ter­ing close net­works and work­ing rela­tion­ships with the next gen­er­a­tion of scientists.


With so much to learn from each oth­er the stu­dent-super­vi­sor dynam­ic ben­e­fits every­one. Stu­dents expe­ri­ence work in our ful­ly equipped, work­ing lab­o­ra­to­ries along­side our experts to explore the­o­ries and con­cepts they may oth­er­wise not be able to.


NSW Health Pathol­o­gy Research Strat­e­gy Lead Bente Talseth-Palmer says: “As super­vi­sors and edu­ca­tors we have a respon­si­bil­i­ty to nur­ture and teach stu­dents to har­ness their pas­sion and deliv­er out­stand­ing research projects. Great student–supervisor rela­tion­ships make sure NSW Health Pathol­o­gy active­ly col­lab­o­rates with uni­ver­si­ties to pro­tect the health and safe­ty of our com­mu­ni­ties right across NSW and beyond by find­ing answers that matter.”


One of our excit­ing stu­dent super­vi­sor pair­ings is PhD stu­dent Ece and Prof. Bill Rawl­in­son who togeth­er are break­ing ground for the most com­mon severe con­gen­i­tal infec­tion – Cytomegalovirus (CMV).


Watch their video to find out more about their amaz­ing work.


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