WEHI

Name: 
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
Type: 
Other

When I graduate at the end of 2019 my goal is to be doing my honours at WEHI. This is something I had never thought about, so the last 5 weeks has changed my life. The advice I have gained will have a forever lasting effect on me.     

Stacy Rankin, WEHI

The Aurora Placement gave me the opportunity to explore, learn and work within the WEHI. Being able to use the machines, carry out techniques and being in an environment that allowed me to ask many questions felt like this understanding was facilitated and meant my learning experience felt productive.  This opportunity has created such intrigue for me. I am eager to see what avenues within health and medical research might align with my passions and hopefully explore what post-graduate study and work possibilities are possible within this field.

Kasarina Mann, WEHI

Being an intern at WEHI has broaden my knowledge on both science and lab work. My time in Melbourne has been great and I am thankful for all the opportunities and doors it has already opened for my future.

Gerald Rider, WEHI

The most rewarding aspects of my placement was gaining hands-on experience of what the real world in the medical research sector will be like and how important and the amazing work people are achieving.

Stacey Rankin, WEHI

Being an intern at WEHI has broaden my knowledge on both science and lab work.

Gerald Ryder, WEHI