Our Partners

 

Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP)

Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP)

Close collaboration within the Monash Health Translation Precinct enables MIMR to increase the impact of its research by translation from 'bench to bedside' and by the commercialisation of its activities. MHTP brings together medical researchers and clinicians from four Victorian organisations: Southern Health, Prince Henry’s Institute, Monash Institute of Medical Research and Monash University. The MHTP's vision is to be a world leader in delivering the best healthcare by translating innovative scientific discoveries into best clinical practice in a dynamic and collaborative environment.

For more information please visit the MHTP website.

 

Monash Comprehensive Cancer Consortium (MCCC)

Monash Comprehensive Cancer Consortium (MCCC)

The MCCC's vision is to bring together the research and clinical strengths of its partner organisations to deliver an internationally recognised research program that compliments a world class system of integrated clinical cancer care in Victoria. Monash Comprehensive Cancer Consortium is a partnership between Monash University, Monash Institute of Medical Research, Prince Henry's Institute, Southern Health, Alfred Health, Cabrini Health, Peninsula Health, and Southern Melbourne Integrated Cancer Services.

For more information please visit the MCCC website.

 

Andrology Australia

Andrology Australia

Since its inception in 1999, Andrology Australia (the Australian Centre of Excellence in Male Reproductive Health) has built a strong reputation as a leading authority on men’s reproductive health. An independent organisation initiated and funded by the Australian Government, it draws together the expertise of a range of individual health professionals, community leaders and professional bodies. Andrology Australia is recognised by doctors, community workers, the media and citizens as an authoritative source of quality information and education in this field. The centre is administered by the School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine.

For more information, please call 1300 303 878 or visit the Andrology Australia website.