The John Curtin School of Medical Research comprises three divisions.

Division of Genome Sciences and Cancer »

Research in the Division of Genome Science and Cancer combines advanced experimental and computational approaches with sophisticated genetic models to connect genotype with phenotype, understand mechanisms of cell differentiation, development or pathology, and generate novel therapies for cancer and other disease.

The Genome Sciences and Cancer Division is headed by Professor Leonie Quinn


Division of Immunology and Infectious Diseases »

The Division of Immunology and Infectious Diseases provides an advanced research and training environment with a critical mass of interdisciplinary expertise and infrastructure.

The Division of Immunology and Infectious Diseases is headed by Professor Ian Cockburn

The Eccles Institute of Neuroscience »

The main research areas in the Eccles Institute of Neuroscience are cellular and circuit neurophysiology, sensory neuroscience, neurodevelopment, retinal disorders, diagnostic instrumentation, and computational neuroscience.

The Eccles Institute of Neuroscience is headed by Professor John Bekkers