Research within the School of Biomedical Sciences covers various levels of complexity, from whole organisms to organs, tissues, cells, genes and molecular interactions. Their research aims to advance our understanding of how individual interactions contribute to the function of the human body in both health and disease. Major research areas in this School include:
The School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences has particular strengths in the areas of:
- Infection and Immunity
- Medicinal Chemistry
- Molecular Genetics and Genomics
- Structural Biology and Biochemistry
The Centre for Integrated Preclinical Drug Development is a UQ University Centre that directs its research toward the testing methods used for new drug development. The Centre aims to contribute significantly to improving the efficiency, predictive ability and cost-effectiveness of the methods used to develop new pharmaceuticals for human use.
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