The Biosecure Immunology Laboratory sits within inside AAHL's physical containment level 3 (PC3) quarantine envelope and houses a flow cytometer machine capable of sorting infected live cell types enabling researchers to compare the immune responses of different animal species, including humans, to highly pathogenic zoonotic agents.
The Werribee Animal Health Facility (WAHF), comprises almost 20 acres of grazing areas, stock yards and animal room accommodation for medium to large animal species requiring QC1 to QC2 levels of microbiological, quarantine approved, containment.
The BMTF aims to provide an environment in which the existing research expertise from partners and collaborators will come together to create critical mass in collaborative multidisciplinary research teams, to develop new materials for devices, diagnostics, delivery technologies, imaging agents and the assessment of these materials through new, non-invasive, in situ imaging techniques.
visualization virtualisation telepresence collaboration technologies industrial automation robotics cloud computing testing remote access virtual reality augmented reality
Deakin's Electron Microscopy Facility offers access to a comprehensive collection of equipment supporting electron microscopy, as well as scanning electron microscopes (SEM), transmission electron microscopes (TEM) and atom probe tomography (APT).
Statistical support for researchers
Training in statistical methods
Statistical assistance for Monash Masters and Doctoral students
The Monash Statistical Consulting Platform has expertise in a broad range of statistical applications: business statistics, forecasting, biostatistics, epidemiology, astrostatistics, statistical mechanics, quantitative psychology, quality control, and more.
Soil related analysis including carbon and oxygen isotopes in gas and liquid, as well as elemental and nutrient analysis.
Access a wide range of instruments and capabilities for chemical and materials analysis including unique and specialised chemical analyses and training.
high-quality and leading edge statistical methods to underpin research
supporting researchers to manage research related data
Informatics is the science of information. The general goal of informatics is to develop methods and systems to collect, store, access, retrieve, integrate, analyse, visualise and use data, information, and knowledge.
The MCATS Health Economics Unit undertakes a range of projects focused on economic evaluation as well as the assessment of efficiency, equality and quality of healthcare production and performance. Researchers leverage the data from these projects to inform policy-making decisions at State, Commonwealth and International levels.
We have developed a comprehensive and integrated programme of methodological and collaborative research which is complemented by our statistical training to build a skilled clinical research workforce. Our group also delivers the Master of Biostatistics (with the Biostatistics Collaboration of Australia, BCA), and leads biostatistics teaching within the Master of Public Health and Master of Science (Epidemiology).
Participate in training and events around Social and Cultural Informations
Purification of chemical synthesis or protein mixtures
Proteomic Mass Spectrometry
The Centre houses a wide range of electrochemistry research and testing facilities for battery and cell testing, as well as surface characterisation instruments.
Deakin's Corrosion Research Centre is home to exceptional research and testing facilities that include the National Facility for Pipeline Coating Assessment. The Centre's focus is on innovative corrosion and materials research and testing.
The Institute for Frontier Materials, located at Deakin's Waurn Ponds Campus, hosts the Plasma Facility. This facility offers platform technologies for plasma research and development, providing solutions to industry problems and also facilitating collaborative projects.
Enhancing research methodologies and innovate using a range of tools and services
Supporting the management of data from research project inception, completion, and beyond
The Melbourne Social and Cultural Informatics Platform (SCIP) is the first informatics platform at the University of Melbourne to support research in the Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences and the Visual & Performing Arts. SCIP is a collaboration between the Faculty of Arts, the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Research and Collections, and Research Platform Services.