The Department of Neurology and Stroke at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) is internationally recognised for specialty and subspecialty training and clinical research. 

  • We have clinical and research programs in epilepsy and multiple sclerosis 
  • CEP@RMH provides a broad range of education and training programs in conjunction with the University of Melbourne

Comprehensive Epilepsy Program (CEP@RMH)

In conjunction with the University of Melbourne, the Comprehensive Epilepsy Program (CEP@RMH) provides a broad range of education and training programs in both clinical service and research at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. These programs attract medical professionals and researchers from across Australia and internationally.

Clinical programs
Research programs

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Centre

Clinical programs

Degrees and projects

The unit offers opportunities for students to pursue a wide range of clinical and laboratory research projects as part of their degree: honours, masters, doctor of medicine (MD) or doctor of philosophy (PhD). 

We will consider applicants with both basic science and clinical focus. 

A transition into a clinical PhD program will be considered for competitive clinical fellows (see above). Please see above for the overview of our research portfolio and relevant contacts.

Funders and sponsors

We are supported by:

  • ARC
  • Bethlehem Griffiths Research Foundation
  • Biogen
  • Merck
  • MRFF
  • MS Society of the UK
  • Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia
  • National MS Society of the USA
  • Perpetual Philanthropic Services
  • RMH Neuroscience Foundation
  • Teva
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Work with us

Are you interested in a career at the RMH? Find out more about our career opportunities, education and graduate programs.

Contact us
(03) 9342 4777
Fax for administrative purposes only (no referrals or medical records).
The RMH Parkville
300 Grattan St, Parkville, Victoria
Last updated 13 December 2022