The latest research technologies are helping us answer the big questions in medical research, and translate our discoveries into better health outcomes.

Antibody technologies
Medical researchers use antibodies to help answer fundamental biological questions and to assist in developing new therapies.
Drug discovery
The path of drug discovery, from initial understanding through testing and development of a drug is referred to as the drug discovery process.
Flow cytometry
Flow cytometry is a technology used to study the composition of mixtures of cells.
Genomics is the study of the entire DNA content of a cell or organism (its genome).
Medicinal chemistry
Developing new medicines is an important aspect of our disease research.
Proteins are fundamental to the structure and function of cells. Proteomics studies the diverse set of proteins within cells, their proteome.
Bioinformatics combines mathematics, statistics and computer science to solve complex biological problems.
Computational biology
Computational Biology involves the application of mathematics, statistics, and computer science to the study of biology.
Structural biology
Our division focuses on discovering new medicines through studies of the three-dimensional structure of large biological molecules.
Vaccine development
Our research into how the immune system responds to infections is improving the development of vaccines for globally significant diseases.
The latest imaging technologies allow us to explore biological samples like never before.
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Centre for Dynamic Imaging

Optical microscopy is one of the most powerful tools in medical research.

At the Centre for Dynamic Imaging we’re helping scientists use advanced imaging technology and powerful computational resources to generate detailed and real-time views of biological systems.

These new insights are advancing medical research and our understanding of how diseases develop, spread and respond to treatment.

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