Our clinical research

Clinical translation continues to move forward at the institute with our strong foundations in basic research being used to transform data and knowledge into meaningful health outcomes through medical practice.

Our clinician-scientists are working to find new ways to prevent and treat diseases including:

Cancer

Chronic inflammatory diseases

Infectious diseases

Our expanding disease research areas also include personalised medicine, where a person’s treatment is based on their unique clinical, genetic, genomic, and environmental circumstances.

Past clinical discoveries made at the institute.

Clinical Translation Centre

The institute’s Clinical Translation Centre was completed at the end of June 2011. It forms the cornerstone of translational and clinical research at the institute, providing the infrastructure and personnel needed to expedite the translation of laboratory discoveries into clinical applications.