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The Alfred Medical Research & Education Precinct

Established in 2002, AMREP is a leading centre integrating biomedical and clinical research, education and health care. AMREP is a collaborative partnership between Alfred Health, Monash University, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, Burnet Institute, La Trobe University and Deakin University. Read about research at AMREP in our 2016-2017 Research Report.


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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 […]
Alfred Health Week Poster Prize Winners 2017 October 31, 2017 - Congratulations to the 2017 Alfred Health Week Research Poster Display winners! The annual Alfred Week Research Poster Display showcases the latest in research from across AMREP. This year, a total of 169 posters were on display throughout the ground floor of The Alfred Hospital. Prizes are awarded for the posters judged best in categories such […]
Alfred Health Week – Research Day Keynote Address: The Hon John Brumby AO October 30, 2017 - “To the Bedside and Beyond: Medical Research and Victoria’s Future” The 2017 keynote address was delivered by The Hon John Brumby AO  on Tuesday, 24 October in the AMREP Lecture Theatre. Mr Brumby addressed the future of medical research in Victoria and the role it can play in building a healthy community and strong economy in […]