Our five-storey building provides teaching facilities, study spaces and staff office accommodation on the top three floors. In line with Curtin’s Green Star Communities commitment, design and construction of the building included a number of initiatives addressing water-efficiency, construction waste, air quality and lighting.
Problem-based learning rooms
Our purpose-built rooms have been constructed for conducting problem-based learning tutorials, which are a key teaching-learning method in the medical curriculum.
Clinical skills rooms
Purpose-built rooms have been constructed for conducting clinical skills training. The rooms simulate a doctor’s consulting room.
As a health sciences student you’ll have access to preserved human and bone specimens, anatomical teaching models and resources. The dissection labs are used for research, anatomical dissection and comparative anatomy studies. A central museum space displays preserved human dissections and pathological specimens.
Photo credit: Douglas Mark Black (Curtin Medical School interiors).