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.