The St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research conducts world-class applied medical research across the broader hospital campus and beyond. We work to realise our goal of applying discoveries to cure patients and improve their quality of life.
We are located in proximity to the Garvan Institute of Medical Research Institute and the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, amongst others, together forming the St Vincent's Research Precinct, with significant shared services and scientific resources. We are also home to the NSW State Reference Laboratory for HIV at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney.
Our research vision involves:
The St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research reflects the growth and evolution of St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney research programs, including:
Adult stem cell research
Gastrointestinal, Liver and Microbiome
Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology
Blood, Stem Cell and Cancer
Applied clinical research in the form of clinical trials.
Supporting our research focus areas is outstanding research infrastructure, much of which is supported centrally via research platforms available to all research staff, including:
Physical Containment (PC3) Laboratory
Biostatistics Research Advisory Clinic