Research at CALHN
Our draft research strategy 2022-2027 is now closed for community consultation.
Thank you for helping us to shape the future of research by providing your feedback. This page will be updated once the strategy is launched.
Our medical and healthcare research aims to develop new insights and deliver real benefits for our community.
These include undertaking research and identifying new treatments for conditions like cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
Investing in world-class research supports our strategic ambition to deliver world-class care to the community.
Learn more about our research focus, who we partner with and the community events we run. Get access to our latest research news and publications.
Are you a researcher? Find out how to get involved with us.
Our research focus
Discover how our world-leading research is delivering new ways of tackling the growing burden of chronic disease and improving patient care.Our research focus
Our research partners
Explore our collaborations with local, national and international researchers and learn how the community is benefiting from CALHN’s latest medical innovations and treatments.Our partners
Discover more about our world-class translational research and keep informed of the impact of our local, national and international industry collaborations.Research news
Be inspired by the world-class research being undertaken across CALHN’s world-class services through our research showcase events, including free community-focused seminars and professionally orientated events.Research events
Research Pulse podcast
Join us as we speak to researchers about their world-class health research and how it contributes to world-class care.Research Pulse podcast
A video series for GPs, health professionals and the general community about health research and how it connects to patient care.Translating Research
CALHN research outcomes feature in a wide range of peer reviewed journals and publications. Browse our contribution to the latest research publications.Publications
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