More than 150 students work within our research teams tackling important questions in medical research. Learn about the experiences and achievements of our current students and recent graduates.
PhD student, Germ Cell Development and Epigenetics
Centre for Reproductive Health
I chose Hudson Institute and the Germ Cell Development and Epigenetics Research group because I found the work to be both interesting and unique. I had already worked with this lab for my Honours project and knew that it would be a supportive and encouraging environment to undertake my PhD.
PhD student, Fetal and Neonatal Health
The Ritchie Centre
Over the course of my PhD I have had a chance to teach for Monash University, promote careers in science to high school students and build networks with clinicians and researchers all over the world.
PhD student, Cancer and Immune Signalling
Centre for Innate Immunity and Infectious Diseases
I am so thrilled to be a student at Hudson Institute in the Cancer and Immune Signalling Research group. I chose the research group because one of the areas that they focus on is lung cancer, the high standard of their research, and the team work that I have observed during the first few months of my study.
PhD student, Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers
Centre for Cancer Research
I always wanted to work on cancer, which is the most significant health threat of our time. As a woman, it is an honour to be able to work on ovarian cancer, which is the deadliest gynecological cancer among women.