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Our community

We work with the community to provide valuable knowledge and services to help build a healthier, stronger society.  We know that research is not truly successful until it is applied and leads to positive change in and for the community.  We care for the community around us and we encourage community organisations to partner with us to undertake collaborative problem-solving.  We hope to address questions and challenges that impact our region make a difference in people’s lives.

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Make a donation

Help Metro South Health bring vital medical research to the bedside with a donation to our research foundation.

Participate in a clinical trial

Find out how you can get involved in medical research through participation in a clinical trial.

Participate in a research program

Many of our research projects offer the opportunity for members of the community to participate and contribute to significant research that will improve the way we live.

Clinical Research Facility (CRF)

Information for patients considering taking part in a research project that is being conducted in the Clinical Research Facility (CRF). 

Australian Translational Genomics Centre (ATGC)

The first genomic diagnostic service in Queensland, providing whole-exome or whole-genome sequencing and microarray services.

Research biorepositories

Information about Metro South Health's biorepositories, and how we use biospecimens in research to solve health challenges.

Cancer Collaborative Biobank (CCB)

The Cancer Collaborative Biobank (CCB) collects samples from patients with blood disorders, which helps us conduct laboratory research to better understand these diseases.

Research integrity

How we assist members of the community or participants who are unsure about a research conduct issue and may be considering whether to make an allegation or a complaint about research.

Suggestion box

Contact us or leave a suggestion about research in Metro South Health.

Last updated 18 May 2018
Last reviewed 17 May 2018