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The following areas list the main areas of research currently taking place or being actively envisaged within SVRC. This table is largely confined to the more established research groups/themes/disciplines within SVRC. It is acknowledged that there are many others in the SVRC family with aspirations to grow their research activity.
Our research into mental health, substance abuse and homeless health is highly regarded.
St Vincent’s is highly respected for its ground-breaking cancer research.
The ultimate goal of the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology is achieving safe and effective therapy for every patient.
Through computational biology, research and discoveries will become far cheaper, less time consuming and more powerful.
We aim to understand the causal relationships between genetics, environment and the development of diabetes.
We maintain a specialty focus on diabetes, pituitary and growth disorders, osteoporosis and obesity.
Our genomics research aims to understand genome biology and its impact on disease.
St Vincent’s Darlinghurst Campus is internationally recognised for its heart, lung and vascular work.
Our core research is focussed primarily on the management of those with HIV/AIDs.
We continue to lead research excellence in diseases and trauma affecting the nervous system.
The NRI is a partnership with the ACU which includes translation of nursing research into clinical care.
We are using novel techniques to study how and why cancer cells grow and survive in bone.
St Vincent’s is recognised as a leader in the research behind compassionate, end of life care.