The Centenary Institute is a world-leading independent Medical Research Institute. Our strength is in uncovering disease mechanisms and applying this knowledge to improve diagnostics and treatments for patients and find cures for some of the most chronic diseases affecting today’s society.
We continue to build on our skills by focusing on and enlarging our research efforts in three key areas: cancer, inflammation and cardiovascular disease.
We are located on the border of the University of Sydney Campus and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. With many of our Faculty being professors and clinicians, we are well positioned to ensure a virtuous cycle of bed to bench to bed and translate our cutting edge research into practice. We continue capitalise on this geographical advantage and build these relationships with a focus on multi-disciplinary collaboration to ensure that the Australian population receives the greatest possible benefit. Our Faculty has access to some of the brightest minds with students being energised by the synergies created in our affiliated stakeholders.
Our strength is uncovering disease mechanisms and applying obtained knowledge to treat patients. Our research spans from investigating molecular mechanisms of disease at the single cell level to translational disease models in complex organisms and to clinical trials. We will continue to build on these skills by focusing on and enlarging our research efforts in the three critical areas of cancer, inflammation and cardiovascular disease research.
We possess the scientific excellence and technological skills to allow us to understand the cellular and molecular drivers of inflammation, placing us in an outstanding position to make significant advances to overcome the prevalent diseases in our society.
To improve human health through excellence in medical research
To discover and bring to use innovative therapeutics and diagnostics
Cancer, inflammatory and cardiovascular diseases
Understanding disease and finding a cure
We continue to achieve high levels of productivity, generating useful and lasting knowledge that will impact on how we see and treat diseases in the years to come.
We work tirelessly to identify the underlying factors of how diseases operate and ways in which we can control and cure them.
We continually refine our work to ensure it is applicable to clinical problems and treatment for patients.