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The Alfred Medical Research & Education Precinct

AMREP is a passionate, hospital-centred collaborative alliance of people dedicated to furthering knowledge and translating new thinking into real and positive impacts in the lives of peopleEstablished in 2002, it is today regarded as one of the leading biomedical research precincts in Australia.

AMREP brings together six independent and diverse organisations – Alfred Health, Monash University, Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute, Burnet Institute, La Trobe University and Deakin University – all co-located at the Alfred precinct in Melbourne.

With one of Australia’s busiest and most respected hospitals at its heart, AMREP comprises more than 8,000 leading health professionals, researchers, students and support staff, who come together to solve some of the greatest health challenges of our time – and then put those findings into action.

World-class resources and a diversity of focus and skill allows us to integrate biomedical, translational, clinical and public health research with education and healthcare, all on one site. This gives AMREP its unique strength in joined up research and clinical care.

Most importantly, by working together, we amplify the effect of our work, delivering results which have genuine personal, local and global impact. This, above all, is what AMREP is all about: Real outcomes, for real people.


Latest News

Call for abstracts: Alfred Health Week Research Poster Display 2018 March 27, 2018 - The Alfred Health Week Research Poster Display will be held from Monday 18 June to Friday 22 June, 2018 in the main ground floor corridors of The Alfred Hospital.  Staff and students of The Alfred, Burnet Institute, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and Monash, Deakin and La Trobe University departments based at AMREP are invited […]
Exciting Progress in HIV Prevention Follows Research at AMREP March 27, 2018 - Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a medication containing two anti-retrovirals which reduce the risk of HIV infection. It is designed as a ‘preventative’, ideal for use by people who are HIV negative, but at high risk of contracting the virus. Under the recent PrEPX study conducted at AMREP, PrEP was provided to 3200 Victorians to […]
Premier’s Awards for Burnet’s Kerryn Moore March 27, 2018 - Congratulations to Ms Kerryn Moore from the University of Melbourne, Burnet Institute and the Shoklo Malaria Research Unit, who has been recognised for her research into the impact of malaria in pregnancy on birth outcomes in Asia. Ms Moore took out the Excellence Award and Public Health Award at the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Awards for […]
AMREP Research Report 2016-2017 November 8, 2017 - The annual AMREP Research Report provides an extensive overview of the research programs conducted by institutions and departments at AMREP. Bringing together more than 8,000 leading health professionals, researchers and support staff, the precinct provides a collaborative environment to translate the latest advances in medical research into the best possible clinical care and health outcomes […]