Institute of Health and
Biomedical Innovation

Our partners

Many of our researchers also work as researchers, clinicians and specialists at associated hospitals and clinics. Our research can advance at a faster pace as our researchers understand how it will be applied in a patient-to-practitioner setting.

Johnson & Johnson Innovation Partnering Office @ QUT

Researchers and companies now have access to the network and capabilities of Johnson & Johnson Innovation at the QUT Kelvin Grove campus.

Industry partnerships

Benefits of working with IHBI researchers

You have access to Australia's most creative and innovative minds in health, science and biomedical engineering research.

We seek solutions to your needs by assembling teams of experts from different fields. These teams interact and work together creating synergy to drive translational outcomes.

You benefit from our long history of partnerships between health care providers and our researchers. Our experience informs our approach, which ensures new treatments and practices are brought to patients as quickly as possible.

You are given access the future leaders in science and health from Australia and around the world. These researchers are innovative, enthusiastic and engaged in one of the best research environments in Australia.

Industry partners can access state-of-the-art infrastructure and technologies including:

  • unsurpassed imaging facilities incorporating confocal, light sheet and electron microscopy
  • nuclear magnetic resonance and X-ray crystallography capabilities
  • drug and natural product discovery and development pipelines
  • genome editing in cell and animal models
  • mass spectrometry facility
  • supercomputing capabilities

To find an expert, please search our staff profiles with keywords.

To find out more contact: ihbi.bd@qut.edu.au

QUT faculty partners

Key partnerships

IHBI is a key partner in:

Research centres, programs and laboratories

We have ongoing links with hospitals and research sites around Australia, and with health researchers, clinical specialists and industry professionals around the world.

Collaborations

We also encourage collaboration with external organisations. We have over 150 international and Australian collaborations with institutions that include:

  • hospitals and clinics
  • health professional groups
  • research centres and institutes
  • universities in Australia and around the world
  • government
  • community.