Clinical Translation at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

From the 'bench' to the 'bedside'

Dr Jason Tye-Din (right) and a volunteer in the Clinical Translation Centre's clinical rooms.

The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute is committed to maximising the chances that research done in its laboratories (the bench) can be adopted and developed into practical health outcomes that improve patient care and treatment (the bedside).

Medical research has become increasingly focused on linking research with clinical practice to accelerate the rate at which fundamental discoveries are applied to human health and disease.

More about the institute's clinical research.

What is clinical translation?

Clinical translation or translational research refers to research that leads to the development of new drug treatments, diagnostic tests and therapeutic understanding of disease.

A major goal of the institute is to harness the talent of its laboratory researchers and move basic research into the clinic, to deliver real patient benefits.

The institute's translational research focuses on:

The institute has a strong history of translating laboratory-based discoveries into better treatments for human disease.

More about the institute's clinical discoveries.

Support research

You can donate to our research in a number of ways, including through the Volunteer Blood Donor Registry.