The School of Clinical Medicine is at the forefront of translational research, ensuring that our discoveries are translated into clinical practice. From our ground-breaking research into key areas of clinical sciences to training the next generation of industry professionals, we're advancing the future of clinical healthcare. We advance healthcare technologies and treatments to improve health outcomes for all people through our clinical practice.
The CPT Department focuses on promoting the safe and effective use of medicine as well as patient safety at St Vincent’s Hospital and in the community.
Our research group aim to ensure children born with neurogenetic conditions receive the best and most equitable treatment and support.
The Electron Microscopy research group develops new approaches to Electron Microscopy for pathology and cell biology research.
The Gynaecological Research and Clinical Evaluation (GRACE) Unit undertakes quality Women’s Health and Benign Gynaecological research that will improve the care and outcomes for patients.
The Maternal Fetal Medicine Research Group uses technology to detect at-risk fetus’ targeting in utero therapy or intervention.
The Population Child Health (PCH) Research Group is a multidisciplinary health systems research team conducting translational health services and health systems research to optimise child health outcomes and address inequities.
Psychosocial Research Group Genetics Education Hub in the School of Clinical Medicine provides freely available resources on genetics and related topics.
Our research laboratories provide a collaborative environment to further the understanding of the interface between surgery, engineering, and medicine.
As National and International experts we work in close collaboration with the respiratory department at Sydney Children’s Hospital in an interdisciplinary environment to ensure that we embed research and education into looking after children to address these inequities. Our work extends into national and international collaborative networks.
Professor Daniel Chan and his research team in the Aged Care Department of Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital have been actively involved in the improvement of lives of older people through research projects aimed at “innovative solutions to unresolved areas” related to diseases or care of older people.