WA gets 3% of Medical research grants. We should not be left behind.

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Since 1998, the Perkins has grown to become one of the nation’s leading medical research centres, where a close knit team of more than 250 work together to focus on diseases that most affect your families.

With three research facilities, co-located with major teaching hospitals, the Perkins has created a culture of innovation and collaboration to deliver better patient outcomes faster.



Perkins researchers Prof Jonas Nilsson and Dr Peter Lau at lab bench with equipment

WA melanoma research featured at global Oncology congress

Breakthrough research from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research that explores possible new treatments for melanoma will be presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting.…

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Dr Elena Juan Pardo in qhite lab coat and Dr Abdul Ihdayid in dark suit.

3D Printed heart valves to be commercialised

Cutting-edge biopolymer 3D-printed heart valve technology to be commercialised in Australia to help millions globally suffering from aortic stenosis. CUREator, Australia’s national biotech incubator, funds Western Australian biomedical engineering and…

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Dr Kieran Mulroney in white lab coat and Dr Aron Chakera in dark suit

Antibiotics resistance solution to be commercialised

Breakthrough diagnostic technology to be commercialised in Australia in race to save millions globally from antibiotic resistant sepsis. CUREator funds Western Australian research team to develop life-saving technology through the…

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