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).
The Bioinformatics Platform is a network of bioinformaticians to support and partner with your research.
BioMation provides a bespoke animation & illustration service to aid visualisation of biomedical processes, molecular structures & cellular interactions. From concept to delivery, BioMation works in collaboration with our clients to create compelling visualisations to inspire their target audiences. BioMation houses a unique combination of scientific and creative expertise.
The Monash Immersive Visualisation Platform features CAVE2(TM) - a world-leading capability for the display and interactive exploration of rich and large datasets. It is used by scientists, engineers and artists to visualise, manipulate and comprehend data such as engineering models, multi-dimensional images across the size scale from nanoscopic to cosmic, and the outputs of scientific, computational and engineering simulations across the physical and life sciences and the arts and humanities.
Cross and Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics for researchers and industry
A core facility of the Melbourne Brain Centre at Parkville. We provide access to optical microscopy including bright field and fluorescence microscopy, live cell imaging (both wide-field and confocal) and confocal microscopy, as well as specialised stereology and neuron tracing work stations. The facility also has state of the art facilities for image analysis, deconvolution and 3D rendering and animation (including Amira, Huygens and Metamorph Software).
World-class protein identification and analysis capability for use by the scientists of WEHI and other institutions.
VLSCI is the biggest computation facility devoted to life sciences in the world, where researchers can access high-end compute resources and a range of experts to assist them - from research design through to data management and interpretation.
Virtual screening to facilitate structure-based drug design
Melbourne Translational Genomics Platform makes genome analysis capabilities available to researchers of the University and precinct, accelerates adoption of these technologies in clinical practice, and supports research and clinical discovery. It is an evolving resource of cutting-edge technology and knowledge accessible to researchers and clinicians of all disciplines, and aims to foster cross-pollination of capabilities and experience between the University, clinical institutions and industry
The objective of the MASSIVE facility is to provide the hardware, software and expertise help scientist apply advanced imaging and visualisation techniques across a wide range of scientific fields and to stimulate advanced research into imaging and applications that will be exploited across a range of imaging modalities, including synchrotron imaging, neuroimaging, electron microscopy and microscopy.
The Monash eResearch Centre partners with research groups to accelerate and transform research, connecting them to the most appropriate hardware, software and services to sustain that capability.
A biomedical imaging research centre that supports a wide range of biomedical, engineering and scientific research.
Micromon's DNA sequencing service is one of the key core facilities in Australia and has a nationwide reputation for its high quality data and reliable, customer-focused service. Micromon has an established high-throughput sequencing facility utilising Illumina Next-generation platform technology and this is coupled with access to a PC3/QC3 Quarantine bio-containment laboratory for imported biologicals.
Metabolomics Australia (MA): focused on providing customised service for small molecule analysis, access to world class expertise, analytical technologies and bioinformatics. Breadth of capability across biotechnology, diagnostics, environmental, agriculture, food/beverage and biomedical sciences. Providing specific detection, quantification services and catering to complex investigations and systems wide analyses. ENABLING INNOVATION.
The Mass Spectrometry & Proteomics Facility provides comprehensive proteomics and quantitative proteomics capabilities for the discovery and quantitation of proteins at extremely high sensitivity.
The HTCS Facility houses a Lead Discovery library currently containing ~200,000 compounds and robotics platforms to screen these small molecule chemical entities against biological targets of interest for drug discovery or for chemical biology outcomes
With extensive international experience, the biostatistics group at the Epworth has diverse expertise in all areas of statistics (incl, biostatistics, clinical epidemiology, health economics, clinical trials design) and have worked across diverse range of environments, including academic, international pharmaceutical companies and government.
The CSIRO Collaborative Crystallisation Centre (C3) is a full service protein crystallisation centre specialising in both screening and optimisation. C3 provides both expert and novice users access to technologies which will enable the rapid and efficient sampling of crystallisation space. Our core competency is high-throughput small volume (sub-microlitre) dispensing coupled with automatic imaging, but our strength lies in our ease of use, range of services and expert advice.
BioGrid Australia Limited is a secure research platform and infrastructure that provides access to real-time clinical, imaging and biospecimen data across jurisdictions, institutions and diseases.
Do it yourself mass spectrometry. This facility has seven mass spectrometers and associated HPLC systems and bioinformatics infrastructure. We teach you how to perform your own experiments using our equipment.
The Australian Proteomics Computational Facility provides an advanced computing cluster accessible to scientists at proteomics centres around Australia.
The Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre provides the infrastructure and expertise to perform small interfering (siRNA), micro RNA (miRNA), long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) and lentiviral-based short hairpin RNAi (shRNAmir) knockdown screens for functional genomics studies.