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.
The Adelaide Health Innovation Partnership (AHIP) is a world-class alliance between CALHN and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, supported by the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia.
The partnership connects CALHN clinicians with other leaders in health, research, teaching and innovation.
Adelaide Biomed City
Adelaide BioMed City is a city precinct designed for medical research collaboration to accelerate health innovation and transformative research.
Incorporating the Royal Adelaide Hospital, the precinct will assist CALHN to translate research into best practice models of care for our patients and the community.
The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) promotes research collaborations to optimise health outcomes and improve health equity.
University of Adelaide
CALHN researchers work in partnership with the University of Adelaide to deliver exciting, diverse and impactful health research.
Centre for Cancer Biology
The Centre for Cancer Biology is one of Australia’s peak cancer medical research institutes and houses the largest concentration of cancer research in South Australia.
Supported by SA Pathology and the University of South Australia, it carries out a world-class program making breakthrough discoveries in the fundamental causes of cancer, and translating these discoveries into new ways to prevent and treat this group of diseases.
Basil Hetzel Institute
The Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research (BHI) is the productive research arm of CALHN’s The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH).
BHI research groups have strong links to clinical divisions within TQEH, underpinning translational health research to improve public health and deliver innovations in patient care.
University Health Network (UHN – Toronto)
CALHN’s partnership with the University Health Network, a world-leading health and medical research organisation, will help investigate the causes of numerous diseases and develop new ways to treat them.
Our collaboration with UHN researchers will also offer access to cutting-edge technologies and support our research innovation programs.
Health Translation SA
Every day CALHN researchers make important scientific discoveries and breakthroughs to deliver enhanced health outcomes for our community.
Health Translation SA brings together a diverse network, including researchers, clinicians and consumers, to develop resources to advance healthcare systems the wellbeing of South Australians.
SA ImmunoGenomics Cancer Institute (SAiGENCI) is South Australia’s world-class cancer research institute focusing on cancer research and clinical trials, supported by CALHN and the University of Adelaide.
CALHN’s involvement as an alliance partner in SAiGENCI will lead to improved treatment and care options for South Australians living with cancer.
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