Vision

The Melbourne Biomedical Precinct is enormously important to Victoria.  It has touched the lives of millions of people – whether it be through the world class clinical care its hospitals provide, the outstanding education its universities deliver or the world-renowned research of its institutions.

In the future the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct will be even more important. It will provide secure, well-paid jobs for generations of Victorians and help build economic growth for Victoria. It will be called upon to help address major new health challenges emerging in Australia and around the world.

To support this, the Victorian Government and Precinct Partners have created a 10-year vision to position the Precinct as one of the top ten biomedical precincts in the world.

A renowned world top 10 biomedical precinct and a driver of healthcare advances, economic growth and jobs for Victoria.

Five clinical research strengths

  • Infectious diseases and immunology
  • Neurosciences including mental health
  • Cancer
  • Child health
  • Healthy ageing

 

Read more about the clinical research strengths here.

Eight research platforms

  • Digital health and clinical informatics
  • Genomics and bioinformatics
  • Cell and biological therapies
  • Drug discovery
  • Stem cells and regenerative medicine
  • Vaccines and immunology
  • Medical devices and implantables
  • Population health, systems and services

 

Read more about the research platforms here.

 

 

 

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