The Centenary Institute's research program is based on a combination of cell biology, molecular medicine and immunology.
Research is carried out by 11 groups: Cancer Drug Resistance, DNA Repair, Gene Therapy, Immune Imaging, Liver Immunobiology, Molecular Cardiology, Mycobacterial, Signal Transduction, Structural Biology, T cell Biology and Vascular Biology.
The work of Centenary researchers is contributing significantly to progress on cancer prevention and treatment, heart disease, infectious and inflammatory diseases, immunology and liver health and disease.
You can read our latest media releases by visiting http://www.centenary.org.au/p/about/media/mediareleases/
We are committed to working with the media to further the knowledge of medical research and health matters in the community.
For information on Centenary's research projects, comment on developments in these health and disease areas, or to arrange an interview with a Centenary scientist, please contact:
02 9565 6110
0450 798 089