The University of Adelaide works in collaboration with business, industry and government to translate knowledge and deliver real-world benefits.
Within the Faculty we successfully identify and develop technologies to address unmet medical needs of the community, translating these to market in collaboration with industry partners. We work with a broad range of industry partners, from small start ups to large multinational pharmaceutical and medical device companies as well as State and Federal Government departments.
We engage with our partners in a variety of ways to help them achieve their goals and objectives, and apply our research to make a real difference in the lives of others. Services provided include: expert witness advice, assay services, preclinical testing, epidemiological studies, clinical trials, biostatistical analyses and other contract research and consulting services across all health disciplines. Technologies developed across a range of disciplines have been commercialised with the aid of industry partners domestically and internationally.
Engaging with our researchers has never been easier: if your company has a problem that needs to be addressed, or you are simply looking for alternative insight into your organisation’s operations, contact Adelaide Research & Innovation (ARI), the commercial development company of the University to help you.
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery student Matthew Watson discusses his experiences as a medical student.