The RMH is based in the heart of the leading Melbourne Biomedical Precinct.

This Precinct has established itself as a major global research and teaching powerhouse with its 25 health service, research and academic partners sharing a formidable history of ground-breaking medical discoveries and developments.

Partners within the Precinct include the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Biomedical Research Victoria and CSL Ltd are all within a three kilometre radius.  The strength of these partners, the relationships and existing collaborations, along with the proximity means that the Precinct has the ability to rival the top global biomedical Precincts.

Organisations within the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct

Melbourne Biomedical Precinct

The Melbourne Biomedical Precinct Partners

  1. The University of Melbourne
  2. Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
  3. The Royal Melbourne Hospital and Melbourne Health
  4. The Royal Women’s Hospital (the Women’s)
  5. The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH)
  6. The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
  7. Future home of Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
  8. The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
  9. CSIRO

Major Melbourne Biomedical Precinct Collaborations

  1. The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Project
  2. The Melbourne Brain Centre
  3. The Doherty Institute
  4. The Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative (VLSCI)
  5. Biomedical Research Victoria

Nearby Major Health & Biomedical Research Organisations

These organisations collaborate with Precinct Partners

  1. The Bio21 Molecular Science and Biotechnology Institute
  2. CSL Ltd (Poplar Road and Bio21 Institute campuses)
  3. St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne
  4. St. Vincent’s Institute (SVI)
  5. Dental Health Services Victoria (DHSV)
  6. Orygen
  7. The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI)
  8. Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA)
  9. Bionics Institute
  10. Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, Monash University (Parkville campus)
  11. BioGrid Australia

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