School of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

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Staff publications

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Funding

In the last 5 years our research has attracted more than $35m of support from competitive sources.


Affiliations

Our School sets a benchmark of excellence through internationally recognised research that informs how patients are treated.

  1. Research areas
  2. PaLM@QEIIMC seminars
  3. Research Meetings & Workshops
  4. Facilities
  5. Collaborations

Research areas

Our School conducts research into all aspects of pathology across the six disciplines:

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The Marshall Centre for Infectious Diseases Research and Training

The mission of the Marshall Centre is to achieve excellence in infectious diseases research, education and the translation of knowledge into policy and practice. The Centre’s director is the Nobel Laureate, Prof Barry Marshall.

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PaLM@QEIIMC seminars

Featuring a range of in-house and guest speakers as well as PhD proposals, the seminar series runs on Friday mornings during semester. Select PaLM@QEIIMC seminars to access the recordings from the 2013 lectures.

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Research Meetings & Workshops

Details of and links to research meetings and workshops associated with PaLM. These will include events that are being co-hosted with other institutions. Click for scheduling details of upcoming meetings and past events.

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Facilities

Major research facilities at the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre and Royal Perth Hospital sites include:

  • Large PC2 laboratories
  • advanced molecular diagnostics
  • DNA sequencing capacity
  • Microarray capacity
  • Scanning Electron Microscope Unit

See a full list of our research facilities on our Facilities and resources page. 

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Collaborations

Researchers from the School collaborate with national and international teams from USA, Europe, India, South Africa and throughout South East Asia.

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Postgraduate Profiles

To promote the efforts of our postgraduate students, and to encourage others who are inspired to make their own mark on the world, we present the work of some of our current and past postgraduate students here.

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