The Centre for Personalised Immunology (CPI) was established in April 2014 to help people with immune diseases by discovering causative genetic variation with the goal of delivering treatment strategies targeted to the individual. The principal objective of the Centre for Personalised Immunology is to understand pathophysiological pathways in patients presenting with an immunological disease, in order to make diagnoses more accurate, and treatment more effective.
The Centre for Personalised Immunology provides an energetic, collaborative inter-disciplinary academic structure for research students with access to state of the art technologies and equipment. The centre provides the opportunity for students to be uniquely multi-skilled by working on projects across diverse areas. There are a variety of opportunities for science or medical graduates to undertake Honours, MSc or PhD degrees with the Centre.