Australian Students Society of Haematology

The Australian Students’ Society of Haematology (ASSH) is a professional society for university students across Australia who are interested in blood diseases. ASSH has three main aims: (1) to foster interest amongst university students in the discipline of haematology; (2) to improve university students’ understanding of core topics in haematology; and (3) to support and advocate for research in haematology. ASSH seeks to achieve these aims by running a number of initiatives throughout the year, including a series of high quality educational seminars as well as fundraising events. Membership with ASSH is completely free; sign up today:!

Club Aims

  1. To improve understanding amongst university students of the discipline of haematology, and thus promote education in the field of haematology.
  2. To encourage, stimulate and foster interest in the discipline of haematology amongst the university student population.
  3. To provide university students interested in haematology an opportunity to meet like-minded individuals, including fellow students, clinicians and scientists.
  4. To improve awareness amongst university students about the research currently being conducted in the field of haematology.
  5. To provide university students with research and conference attendance opportunities in the field of haematology.
  6. To provide support and advocacy for research in haematology through fundraising.

Australian Students Society of Haematology
Mailbox 130, 1st floor Union House
The University of Melbourne 3010


You can also sign up through our online club membership form.