Australia-China Centre for Public Health (ACCPH)
The Australia-China Centre for Public Health (ACCPH) was established as a research partnership between Australian and Chinese Universities to focus on collaborative research in public health.
The Australia-China Centre for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (ACCTERM) is an international network that aims to generate interdisciplinary awareness, and promote and expand scientific cooperation and communication between China and Australia.
The Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) is dedicated to building health services research capacity and delivering solutions to important health services challenges.
The APCRC – Q's vision is to develop new therapeutics and predictive biomarkers for prostate cancer through a collaborative, transdisciplinary, translational approach.
The Translational Genomics Group is a team of academics, health care professionals and research higher degree students working in diverse areas of chronic disease and cancer research, and tackling the pressing need to understand the complexity of human disease for the development of future treatments.
CARRS-Q is one of the leading centres in Australia dedicated to research, education and outreach activities in road safety, and is a vital player in the international pursuit of road safety.
Centre for Emergency and Disaster Management (CEDM)
The Centre for Emergency and Disaster Management (CEDM) coordinates and conducts interdisciplinary research to understand and reduce the impacts of emergencies and disasters on health, community and infrastructure.
The Genomics Research Centre undertakes research on the genetic basis of disease through the use of its unique population resources and the application of genetic studies to common, complex human disorders.
IHBI is a multidisciplinary health and biomedical research institute based at QUT, devoted to improving the health of individuals and communities through research innovation.
NCHIRT is dedicated to research, training and consulting activities with specific application to the quality and utility of routinely collected health data. Our work is supported by national competitive research grants, education and training courses, and consulting projects.
CRE-ELC is generating new knowledge about health service interventions and delivering strategies that will promote high quality and sustainable health care services for all Australians at the end of life.
CRE-RHAI is an exciting collaboration tasked with generating new knowledge about strategies to reduce healthcare associated infections, and providing data on the cost-effectiveness of infection control programs.
The $134 million Centre for Children's Health Research is Queensland's first dedicated child and adolescent research centre—a partnership between Queensland Health, QUT, UQ, the Queensland Children's Medical Research Institute (QCMRI) and the Translational Research Institute (TRI).
CPCRE was established by Queensland Health in 2001 to enhance palliative care services in Queensland through education and research endeavours.
The Herston Biofabrication Institute aims to advance knowledge and technology in 3D scanning, modelling and printing of bone, cartilage and other human tissue to repair tissue that is lost or damaged.
HIRF caters for the growing role of imaging in clinical research, giving researchers unprecedented access to high-quality imaging equipment and allowing the rapid translation of research into clinical practice.
MERF supports medical devices research and development cycle in a state-of-the-art QUT facility, that enables cutting-edge research, and supports health research advances at the Prince Charles Hospital.
QEI is an internationally recognised centre for eye health, medical research, education and care, and is Queensland's only academic research institute devoted to eye related health and diseases.
QUT and QIMR Berghofer have partnered to deliver transformational discoveries through collaboration between biomedical scientists and clinical researchers in specialist health and medical research laboratories and facilities.
The Translational Research Institute (TRI) aims to improve and accelerate medical research and translate that research into greater patient care. TRI is one of our distributed sites.
Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners aims to improve the health of our population by taking the discoveries made in biomedical research labs and translating them directly to patient care.
The DCRC, led by QUT, conducts research concentrating on those issues that affect consumers and carers within the area of Quality of Life and Quality of Care, for people with dementia and their carers.