The University of Queensland builds connections between people and organisations from around the world to create new opportunities for discovery and innovation in health.  From industry to individuals, UQ has worked with partners to combat and conquer challenges that affect the lives of many.  We are committed to harnessing our education and research strengths to meet the priorities of the community.

The Faculty of Medicine has built a multitude of productive partnerships and projects with other universities, medical research institutes, public and private health and hospital providers, foundations and government and non-government organisations worldwide with the goal of leveraging our strengths in research and education to advance human health.

Clinical partners

With an unrivalled reputation for excellence in health research and education, The University of Queensland has built strong links with clinical partners to give health students and researchers the UQ advantage.

Learn more about our clinical partnerships, and discover why the Faculty of Medicine is at the forefront of clinical education and training.

Major collaborative projects

Advances in technology are driving rapid changes in healthcare. To ensure our students and researchers stay ahead of the field, UQ has partnered with local and global leaders in health and research to undertake major projects that will truly make a difference to the future of healthcare and to the education of the next generation of healthcare leaders and innovators.


Community and alumni partners

The University and Faculty is committed to building vital relationships with our local and global community and our alumni to help the scholarship and discovery to transform lives and advance the public good.

Read more here.