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How can we help your business?

Our expertise in medical and clinical research will help you identify and implement innovative, new approaches to undertaking research in a hospital and health service setting.

Our expertise

  • Metro South Health can help your business in:
    • expanding your corporate social responsibility program to improve your brand and differentiate your organisation
    • providing a solution to a complex medical and clinical research problem
    • investing in research and development.
  • Through accessing our expertise in the area of medical and clinical research, organisations are able to identify and implement innovative, new approaches to undertaking research in a hospital and health service setting.

High-quality research and facilities

  • Metro South Health and the Translational Research Institute (TRI) have a strong reputation for the quality of its scientific and medical research and are internationally recognised for our highly trained clinical workforce and the high-quality data produced by our experienced, trained (and accredited) research teams.
  • Australian clinical research sites also have high-quality clinical facilities with state-of-the-art equipment for testing, treatment and analysis.
  • These characteristics of the Metro South Health and the TRI environment ensure high quality research conduct and generate confidence in the findings of research projects and clinical trials conducted in Australia.

Clinical Research Facility (CRF)

Metro South Health Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC)

Australian Translational Genomics Centre

Research support services

Industry partners are also able to utilise Metro South Research services and support as part of their research endeavours including:

  • Clinical Research Facility (CRF)
  • Ethical clearance
  • Research governance
  • PowerTrials
  • Research funding

Fees may be associated with the used of Metro South Health research services. Please contact us to discuss further.

Clinical trials

Last updated 28 July 2020
Last reviewed 21 May 2018