We excel in ground-breaking, multidisciplinary translational medical research in fields including immunology, genomics, neuroscience, mental health, infectious diseases, obesity and metabolic disorders.
Emily Rowland is on her way to studying a Master of Neuroscience at Oxford University as South Australia’s Rhodes Scholar.
The unsung heroes of science: meet the people who make our research possible.
Pictured is Dr Jonathan Roco, with artwork by Kelli Owen
In a world first, researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have shown previously ignored rare genetic mutations are a major cause of lupus.
Sometimes we overuse the word 'revolutionary'. Sometimes something revolutionary happens.
Dr Kondo, a Visiting Fellow at JCSMR, is resigned to the impossibility of not talking about the other Marie Kondo, cleanliness guru and Netflix star.
A team from ANU and Monash University have answered one of the most long-standing questions about the immune system and the way it fights viruses.
Researchers from JCSMR are part of a new consortium, led by the University of Queensland, to develop breakthrough vaccines against deadly infectious diseases.
Happy 30 years of excellence to the Biomolecular Resource Facility!
A new blood test is being developed that can detect patients at risk of dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and potentially save millions people from...
New research from JCSMR has identified mechanisms involved in food poisoning, and ways to target them, a discovery with the potential to save lives.
Dr Anne Bruestle and Dr Vini Gautam win the ACT Young Tall Poppy Science Award for their work in immunology and neuroscience.