In a bid to cure Parkinson’s disease, medical researchers at The Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) have trialed a new revolutionary type of stem cell that is injected into the brain as part of a world-first clinical trial.
Melbourne Health together with the Australia Prostate Cancer Research Centre (APCR) has a shared vision to treat men with prostate health concerns in an environment that provides the best, timely care available. APCR is a separate entity from Melbourne Health and both organisations operate under a service level agreement.
On Sunday 18 July, the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) was officially opened by the Premier of Victoria, Daniel Andrews, and heralds a new future for cancer treatment, research and collaborations.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital is strongly supportive of the Melbourne Metro Rail Project as a major infrastructure project for all Victorians. We also support the construction of the Parkville Station and the benefits it will bring to our patients, visitors and staff, and future opportunities for the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct.
Australia’s only comprehensive stroke program looking at saving brain after stroke has been awarded the highest ranked Program Grant application in 2015 at the National Health and Medical Research Council’s (NHMRC) Research Excellence Awards.