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.
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.
Sometimes we overuse the word 'revolutionary'. Sometimes something revolutionary happens.
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.