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          Research centres and institutes

          We support collaborative, multidisciplinary research

          Our research centres are focused on tackling problems from all angles, addressing major social challenges and specialist interest areas.

          Multidisciplinary initiatives

          Sydney is home to 10 multidisciplinary initiatives which bring together researchers across diverse disciplines to create thought leadership, delivering research excellence and education opportunities in established and developing areas of strength, across all our faculties.

          Brain and Mind Centre

          The Brain and Mind Centre brings mental health and dementia patients, support groups and frontline carers together with scientists and clinicians to research mental health and neurological diseases.

          China Studies Centre

          The China Studies Centre builds a greater understanding of China, and its impact on Australia and the world.

          Marie Bashir Institute

          The Marie Bashir Institute researches biosecurity and infectious diseases.

          Sydney Environment Institute

          The Sydney Environment Institute draws upon research from a wide range of social science and humanities disciplines to explore how we identify, live, and adapt to climate change.

          Sydney Southeast Asia Centre

          The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre forges an innovative and engaged approach to the Southeast Asia region that reflects its rich diversity and challenging problems.

          Cancer Research Network

          The Cancer Research Network links cancer experts to amplify research outcomes.

          Charles Perkins Centre

          The Charles Perkins Centre tackles some of the greatest health challenges humanity has ever faced: obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and related conditions

          Centre for Translational Data Science

          The Centre for Translational Data Science drives new and transformational advances in research through the application of data and machine learning technologies.

          Sydney Nano

          The University of Sydney Nano Institute is taking the field of nanoscience to new levels with combined expertise from across the University's disciplines and access to purpose-built facilities.

          Sydney Policy Lab

          The Sydney Policy Lab creates unique collaborations for lasting policy change. We bring people together to identify solutions to the major challenges of our age – to strengthen our democracy, reduce spiralling inequality and help empower communities to shape their own future.

          Other flagship initiatives

          Faculty-based centres

          National and international centres

          Australian Research Council (ARC) centres of excellence facilitate collaboration between universities, government, research organisations and businesses to create expertise in their field. ARC Centres of Excellence are funded on the basis of research excellence and their potential to contribute to the economic, social and cultural development of Australia.

          The University of Sydney is home to two ARC Centres of Excellence:

          We also play a fundamental role in nine national ARC Centres of Excellence:

          Find out more about ARC Centres of Excellence.

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          The University of Sydney is home to two ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hubs:

          The University of Sydney is home to four ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centres:

          These collaborative centres are funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to support teams of researchers pursuing innovative, high-quality research in health across five priority areas:

          • Clinical research
          • Health services research
          • Population health research
          • Infectious disease emergency response research
          • Indigenous researcher capacity building

          The University of Sydney has been awarded funding for the following Centres:

          2018 round

          2017 round

          2016 round

          2015 round

          • Centre of Research Excellence in the Early Prevention of Obesity in Childhood
            Chief investigator: Professor Louise Baur. Funding awarded: $2.48 million
          • Centre of Research Excellence in Protecting the public from emerging infectious diseases
            Chief investigator: Professor Tania Sorrell. Funding awarded: $2.5 million
          • Centre of Research Excellence in creating sustainable healthcare: ensuring new diagnostics avoid harms, improve outcomes, and direct resources wisely
            Chief investigator: Professor Alexandra Barratt. Funding awarded: $2.49 million

          2014 round

          • Centre of Research Excellence in Diabetic Retinopathy – Closing the Loop for Diabetic Eye Care and Complication Risk Mitigation
            Chief investigator: Professor Anthony Keech. Funding awarded:  $2.47 million

          2013 round

          The University's engagement with industry and community is supported by our involvement in Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs) as either a core or supporting participant.

          The program is led by industry to create partnerships between the University, business and the community. CRCs help to develop new technologies, products and services for specific community and industry challenges.

          Our CRCS:

          Agriculture, forestry and fishing



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