The aim of the Centre for Computational Biomedical Sciences (CCBS) is to develop advanced computational and medical technologies to enable discovery and interpretation in biomedical research. Our research and development program is driven by deeply collaborative and multidisciplinary projects. Team members have appointments within research divisions and technical bioinformatic platforms at the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR), and closely collaborate with core infrastructures to establish new tools and technologies for the broader biomedical community.

At the CCBS we are committed to collaboration. We value the inspiration that comes from open and non-traditional organisational structures in academia or industry. Moreover, research group leaders and technical leads have extensive experience in training graduate students from multiple disciplines, including computer science, physics, biology and engineering, to transition into computational biomedicine and develop successful careers in academia and the biomedical industry.