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Australian Synchrotron

800 Blackburn Rd Clayton, VIC 3168 AustraliaThe Australian Synchrotron is a world-class national research facility that uses accelerator technology to produce a powerful source of light – x-rays and infrared radiation – a million times brighter than the sun. The facility has nine different experimental stations, or beamlines, which harness that light so researchers can see the fundamental structure and composition of materials, on scales ranging from the atomic to the macroscopic – with a level of detail, speed and accuracy not possible in conventional laboratories. The Australian Synchrotron supports a broad range of high quality research, with applications in sectors from medicine and nanotechnology to manufacturing and mineral exploration. Our highly advanced techniques and passionate staff are contributing directly and demonstrably to scientific advances and industrial innovations with medical, social and economic benefits for all Australians.

Australian Genome Research Facility (AGRF)

Westmead Millennium Institute Ground Floor Reception (postal address) Level 2 (location of Laboratory) Darcy Road Westmead NSW 2145AGRF provides genomic services including next-generation sequencing, genotyping, gene expression analysis and structural genomics, epigenomic analysis and DNA extraction.

Australian Genome Research Facility (AGRF)

The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research 1G Royal Parade Parkville VIC 3050AGRF provides genomic services including next-generation sequencing, genotyping, gene expression analysis and structural genomics, epigenomic analysis and DNA extraction.

Australian Genome Research Facility (AGRF)

Plant Genomics Centre University of Adelaide PMB1 Glen Osmond Urrbrae SA 5064AGRF provides genomic services including next-generation sequencing, genotyping, gene expression analysis and structural genomics, epigenomic analysis and DNA extraction.

Australian Genome Research Facility (AGRF)

Saint Lucia, QLD, 4067 AustraliaAGRF provides genomic services including next-generation sequencing, genotyping, gene expression analysis and structural genomics, epigenomic analysis and DNA extraction.

Australian Skin Cancer Tissue Bank (ASCTB)

Level 8, East Wing, The Wesley Hospital 451 Coronation Drive, Auchenflower QLD 4066This tissue bank is a collaboration between the Wesley Medical Research and Skin Cancer College Australasia. Comprising of biological samples from both non-melanoma and melanoma skin cancers, it hopes to provide a world-leading resource to accelerate and support research into skin cancers, for improved diagnostic outcomes and better understanding of diseases and treatment options.

Australian Proteome Analysis Facility

Research Park Drive North Ryde NSW 2109 AustraliaAustralian Proteome Analysis Facility is a CRO that offers a full range of proteomic service including, but not limited to, Biomarker discovery, Glycan analysis of purified proteins, Proteogenomics, Chemical Proteomics, Bioinformatics, Amino Acid Analysis both free and bound. With 14 Mass Spectrometers covering the latest SCIEX, Thermo and Agilent equipment and a HPLC lab to cover purification (small scale) method development etc.

Australian Proteome Analysis Facility

North Ryde, NSW, 2113 AustraliaAustralian Proteome Analysis Facility is a CRO that offers a full range of proteomic service including, but not limited to, Biomarker discovery, Glycan analysis of purified proteins, Proteogenomics, Chemical Proteomics, Bioinformatics, Amino Acid Analysis both free and bound. With 14 Mass Spectrometers covering the latest SCIEX, Thermo and Agilent equipment and a HPLC lab to cover purification (small scale) method development etc.

ASPREE Healthy Ageing Biobank

ASPREE National Co-ordinating and Clinical Trial Centre, Ground Floor, Burnet Building 89 Commercial Road, Melbourne 3004ASPREE’s largest sub-study has collected and stored blood and urine specimens from more than12,000 participants to date. Research using these samples may result in the identification of components (‘biomarkers’), such as proteins or genes that may help predict disease or even good health, in older people. The ASPREE Healthy Ageing Biobank is the first of its kind with a focus on older people. Because each sample is associated with a wealth of information about each participant’s health, future researchers will be able to compare biosamples from those who develop older onset disease such as dementia and cancer, versus those who do not.

Australian Brain Bank Network

AustraliaThe Australian Brain Bank Network (ABBN) was established in 2005 with enabling grant funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council, allowing integration of the network by provision of dedicated staffing and infrastructure. Unfortunately this important funding ceased at the end of 2014, placing financial strain on individual brain banks. Although we will continue to operate into the near future, the outlook for individual brain banks without other means of financial support will be jeopardised. In the meantime, we remain dedicated to our brain donors and their families and will strive to support their wishes. Similarly, we remain optimistic in our abilities to enable world-class medical research by supplying high quality tissue samples to scientists.

Austrailasian Leukemia & Lymphoma Tissue Bank

213-217 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley, 4006 AustraliaThe Australasian Leukaemia and Lymphoma Tissue Bank, now known as the Discovery Centre, is a joint initiative of the Australasian Leukaemia and Lymphoma Group (ALLG) and the Leukaemia Foundation. Australia’s first and only specialised haematological tissue bank, it was established in October 2002 with the generous assistance of AMP Foundation and was later supported by PriceWaterhouseCoopers. The facility is located in the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane and is overseen by Associate Professor Paula Marlton, founding Director of the Tissue Bank and former Chair of the ALLG Laboratory Science Committee. The Leukaemia Foundation continues its strong support of the Discovery Centre as we work together towards our vision of finding better treatment and cures for blood cancers. The Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland and the Leukaemia Foundation of Australia are providing $1.65 million to help run the facility from 2015-2017.

Australian National University CoMBE JCSMR Genome Discovery Unit

The John Curtin School of Medical Research Stores Building 131, Garran Road Acton, ACT 2601 AustraliaThe Genome Discovery Unit (GDU) provides custom pipeline development and analysis of high-throughput DNA sequencing results. Our bioinformaticians are available to advise on best practice for standard processing of sequencing data and are versed in a number of key technologies: Processing data from the three major sequencing platforms (Roche 454, Illumina and SOLiD) Sequence data pre-processing (adapter clipping, quality trimming) Alignment to reference genomes De novo assembly Programming in a wide range of languages. We offer limited entry workshops covering important aspects of bioinformatics and data handling: Linux for biologists Statistics for next-generation sequencing Illumina data processing. GDU staff members provide (below-cost) consultancy to ANU groups for bioinformatics projects, including (no-cost) assistance with writing the bioinformatics component of grant applications for work planned to be done through the GDU. The GDU can develop custom pipelines, or provide services which piggy-back on existing pipelines. This service includes figures and visualisation tools for publications. Examples of publications from pipelines developed include: Murine SNP detection from exome capture (Yabas M., The CE. et al. Nature Immunology, 2011). ChIP-seq (Soboleva T et al, A unique H2A histone variant occupies the transcriptional start site of active genes, Nature Structural Biology, 2011). The staff of the GDU receive academic mentoring from two bioinformatic research groups at JCSMR.

Agrisearch Services

50 Leewood Drive Orange NSW 2800 AustraliaThe company provides independent applied research services, predominantly but not exclusively aimed at the evaluation and development of potential products, crop, plant varieties and technical services. The following is a listing of some of the areas where the company has special experience and expertise: Chemical and biological pesticides, including herbicides, insecticides, miticides, fungicides, nematicides, growth regulators, molluscicides, rodenticides and fertilisers - planning and conduct of R&D programs, individual field and laboratory experiments, out-of-season field and laboratory testing for northern hemisphere clients. Efficacy, phytotoxicity and residue aspects can be considered. Veterinary chemicals including animal health and veterinary ethical products such as ectoparasiticides and endoparasiticides for small and large animals, vaccines, and other therapeutic and prophylactic veterinary medicines - planning and conduct of R&D programs, primary screening, individual field, pen and laboratory experiments, out-of-season field and laboratory testing for northern hemisphere clients. Efficacy, safety and residue aspects can be considered. Evaluation of products for the public and environmental health markets, such as insecticides, rodenticides, termiticides, traps, lures, personal insect repellents and marine anti-foulants. General agronomic R&D including crop and variety testing and evaluation, development of plant protection programs, comparative trialing for Plant Breeders Rights (PBR) applications, and preparation of PBR applications including descriptions. Industry Research - research on rural industry problems through funding from industry research councils and other organisations and individuals.

Australian National University CoMBE JCSMR Clinical Suites

131 Garran Road Acton , ACT 2601 AustraliaJCSMR Clinical Suites

Australia Breast Cancer Tissue Bank

176 Hawkesbury Road, Westmead NSW 2145The overall aim of the Australian Breast Cancer Tissue Bank (ABCTB) is to support research to improve our knowledge about the disease and our ability to manage breast cancer in the future. The biobank is an open access, not for profit resource established in 2005 with support from an Enabling Grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council as well as grants from the National Breast Cancer Foundation and the Cancer Institute of NSW. The ABCTB consists of a management core located at the University of Sydney at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research, with collection centres and affiliate sites distributed across Australia.

Australian Prostate Cancer Tissue Bank

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AgriFor Scientific Pty Ltd

Unit 1, 22-30 Delhi Road North Ryde NSW 2113 AustraliaAgriFor Scientific Pty Ltd is a Contract Research Organisation (CRO) established in 2003 with a vision to provide the best service to our clients wishing to register agricultural chemicals in Australia or overseas. Unique synergy of skills of its founders and over 40 years of accumulated experience in multidisciplinary fields of analytical, organic and synthetic chemistry, agrochemical registration, regulatory affairs and forensic drugs guaranties that customer needs will be met with the highest efficiency, scientific integrity and at very competitive prices.

Amcor

109 Burwood Road Hawthorn VIC 3122 AustraliaAmcor is a packaging manufacturer that offers innovative and sustainable packaging solutions.

ALS Group

AustraliaALS Global services support food and pharmaceutical quality assurance, environmental monitoring, mining and mineral exploration, commodity certification, equipment maintenance, and industrial operations.

Australian National University CoMBE Australian Phenomics Facility

Hugh Ennor Building 117 Garran Road Canberra, ACT 2601 AustraliaMission The Australian Phenomics Facility supports open access large-scale phenotyping of humans and mice to uncover the biological drivers in human disease. The Facility The Australian Phenomics Facility specialises in the development, characterising and archiving of mouse models of human disease. We have an experienced genomics and bioinformatics capability focussed on the identification of single nucleotide polymorphisms and the phenotyping capability to make the biological associations with probable human disease traits. Our goals are to firstly derive the underlying genetic mechanisms, and then look to extend this across the population and better understand cohort differences and responses. The facility was established in 2005 and receives funding from the Australian Government’s NCRIS, Super Science and CRIS programmes through the Australian Phenomics Network and contributions from the Australian National University. We have an open access policy and support academic and corporate research programmes in Australia and internationally.

Australian National University CoMBE JCSMR Imaging & Cytometry Facility

The John Curtin School of Medical Research Building 131 Garran Road Acton, ACT 2601 AustraliaWelcome to the Imaging and Cytometry Facility (ICF). The ICF is a core facility of The John Curtin School of Medical Research. We provide access to equipment as well on-going support, advice and training in the following areas: Cell sorting (FACS), benchtop cell analysis, fluorescence, confocal and 2 photon microscopy, histology, live cell and animal imaging, data and image analysis, IVIS imaging, micro CT imaging and use of Extracellular Flux Analyzer.

AsureQuality

3-5 Lillee Crescent Tullamarine, VIC, 3043 AustraliaAsureQuality is a commercial company 100% owned by the New Zealand government. We provide food safety and biosecurity services to the food and primary production sectors. Food Safety and Biosecurity Experts Every day our experienced team of 1700 experts works alongside customers like you, to assure the safety and quality of food being produced for millions of people worldwide. Our skilled staff and extensive accreditations enable us to audit, inspect, verify and certify food quality and management systems from the farm right to the supermarket shelf. In today’s world, ever increasing levels of trade, tourism and business travel also carry risks. Many of our customers rely on us to help them detect, control and eradicate unwanted pests and diseases.

Aspen Australia

34-36 Chandos Street St Leonards, NSW 2065 AustraliaAspen Australia offers contract manufacturing services including expertise in liquids, creams, ointments, solid dosages, and packaging.

Aspen Australia

St Leonards, NSW, 2065 AustraliaAspen Australia offers contract manufacturing services including expertise in liquids, creams, ointments, solid dosages, and packaging.

Ag Grow Agronomy and Research

7 Francine Ct. Yoogali NSW 2680Ag Grow Agronomy and Research is an independent agricultural consulting and research company operating in Griffith in South Western NSW. Working closely with our clients, we offer them a professional agronomy package comprised of farm planning, monitoring and evaluating their cropping and pasture systems, in line with their individual goals.

Australian Red Cross Blood Service

Level 4, 76-80 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000Australian Red Cross Blood Service focuses on research regarding blood transfusions.

Australian Army Malaria Institute

Weary Dunlop Drive Gallipoli Barracks Enoggera QLD 4051The Army Malaria Institute (AMI) is a world-recognised centre for malaria research and training. Its main mission is to ensure that ADF personnel are able to have the best possible protection against malaria and other vector-borne diseases. The institute is actively involved in promoting regional engagement with military organisations to control vector-borne diseases more effectively.

Australian Army Malaria Institute

Weary Dunlop Drive Gallipoli Barracks, QLD 4051 AustraliaThe Army Malaria Institute (AMI) is a world-recognised centre for malaria research and training. Its main mission is to ensure that ADF personnel are able to have the best possible protection against malaria and other vector-borne diseases. The institute is actively involved in promoting regional engagement with military organisations to control vector-borne diseases more effectively.

Alepat Taylor

62 Albert Street Preston, VIC, 3072 AustraliaAlexander & Paterson was established in 1892 by two Scottish families with the main company focus being wine distribution. This small family business soon became a company of reputable standards and performance. Taylor Ferguson & Co. Pty Ltd, established in 1898 and a forefather in the industry went on to become one of Melbourne’s greatest wine and spirit merchants. Now known as Alepat Taylor it has become one of the most influential liquor companies in Australia and excels in three sectors of the liquor industry: wholesaling, export and manufacturing .

Advanced Molecular Technologies

7-11 Rocco Drive Scoresby, VIC, 3179 AustraliaAdvanced Molecular Technologies is a contract research organisation specialising in medicinal chemistry and custom organic synthesis. The provided services involve the synthesis of target molecules, the manufacturing (larger-scale) of chemical materials, analytical chemistry, chemical method development and optimisation, drug discovery and synthetic organic research. Our manufacturing capabilities range from milligram quantities to kilogram, and consultancy (Dr. Seb. Marcuccio) is also provided. Our services extend towards the available use of laboratory-space, fume cupboards, equipment and analytical services. Analytical chemistry services include; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Gas Chromatography (GC), Infra-red (FT-IR), Flash Point, Optical Rotation, Dynamic Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), UV-Vis and Biotage Flash Chromatography. Expert analytical chemists are also available to interpret results, and consultation is offered upon request. We also manufacture and supply a range of niche chemical compounds including discrete PEG linkers, bioactives (including anti-virals), organoborons, fluorophores, organosilanes, nucleosides and other chemical compounds made to custom specification.

Advanced Molecular Technologies

Unit 1, 40 Rocco Drive Scoresby, Victoria, 3179 AustraliaAdvanced Molecular Technologies is a contract research organisation specialising in medicinal chemistry and custom organic synthesis. The provided services involve the synthesis of target molecules, the manufacturing (larger-scale) of chemical materials, analytical chemistry, chemical method development and optimisation, drug discovery and synthetic organic research. Our manufacturing capabilities range from milligram quantities to kilogram, and consultancy (Dr. Seb. Marcuccio) is also provided. Our services extend towards the available use of laboratory-space, fume cupboards, equipment and analytical services. Analytical chemistry services include; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Gas Chromatography (GC), Infra-red (FT-IR), Flash Point, Optical Rotation, Dynamic Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), UV-Vis and Biotage Flash Chromatography. Expert analytical chemists are also available to interpret results, and consultation is offered upon request. We also manufacture and supply a range of niche chemical compounds including discrete PEG linkers, bioactives (including anti-virals), organoborons, fluorophores, organosilanes, nucleosides and other chemical compounds made to custom specification.

AtCor Medical

Unit 11, West Ryde Corporate Centre 1059-1063 Victoria Rd, West Ryde, NSW 2114, AustraliaAtCor Medical develops and markets noninvasive technologies and complementary services for the measurement and management of central blood pressure and arterial stiffness.

AtCor Medical

West Ryde, NSW, 2114 AustraliaAtCor Medical develops and markets noninvasive technologies and complementary services for the measurement and management of central blood pressure and arterial stiffness.

Agritechnology

36 Underwood Rd, Borenore NSW 2800, AustraliaAGRITECHNOLOGY PTY LTD specialises in evaluating, developing and commercialising new products and processes involving novel or advanced technology, preferably but not essentially in the biotechnology, food and agriproduct areas.

Allergenix

PO Box 8051 Monash University LPO Clayton Vic 3800 AustraliaAllergenix is an Australian CRO with extensive expertise in sheep lung research and preclinical trials. Allergenix provides efficacy studies for the validation of new drug targets and drug delivery technologies. Sheep models include models for asthma, COPD, IPF, fibrosis, viral and bacterial lung infections, bronchitis, pneumonia and lung cancer. In contrast to small rodents, sheep lungs exhibit a similar structure, lobation, tidal volume and alveoli diameter, and only a slightly higher breathing rate compared to the human lung. The relative size of sheep also allows for more clinically relevant testing of delivery technologies and dose alignment. Allergenix provides in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo efficacy studies for preclinical validation of new drug targets and evaluation of emerging drug delivery technologies. Our contract services include custom study design and data interpretation by experienced team of scientists.

Allergenix

Monash University LPO PO Box 8051 Clayton Vic, 3800 AustraliaAllergenix is an Australian CRO with extensive expertise in sheep lung research and preclinical trials. Allergenix provides efficacy studies for the validation of new drug targets and drug delivery technologies. Sheep models include models for asthma, COPD, IPF, fibrosis, viral and bacterial lung infections, bronchitis, pneumonia and lung cancer. In contrast to small rodents, sheep lungs exhibit a similar structure, lobation, tidal volume and alveoli diameter, and only a slightly higher breathing rate compared to the human lung. The relative size of sheep also allows for more clinically relevant testing of delivery technologies and dose alignment. Allergenix provides in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo efficacy studies for preclinical validation of new drug targets and evaluation of emerging drug delivery technologies. Our contract services include custom study design and data interpretation by experienced team of scientists.

ams Laboratories

2/120 Bluestone Circuit, Seventeen Mile Rocks QLD 4073 Australiaams Laboratories is a provider of World-Class Analytical & Consulting Services in Microbiology.

ams Laboratories

8 Rachael Close, Silverwater NSW 2128 Australiaams Laboratories is a provider of World-Class Analytical & Consulting Services in Microbiology.

Australian National University CoMBE JCSMR ACRF Biomolecular Resource Facility

The John Curtin School of Medical Research Stores Building 131, Garran Road ACTON, ACT 2601 AustraliaThe ACRF Biomolecular Resource Facility (BRF) is a core lab providing researchers with access to state of the art techniques for molecular, genetic and protein-based studies. Our highly skilled people can implement and run new cutting edge technologies in these fields and provide consultancy on projects using BRF services and equipment. Our services are available to researchers at the John Curtin School of Medical Research and ANU, as well as the broader regional scientific community and clients from across Australia's education, research and medical services community. The BRF is a service node of Genomics Australia. Mission Our mission is to enable research. Our goals are: to provide cost-effective services in our core areas to deliver our services efficiently to provide new technologies to keep researchers at the forefront of scientific discovery.

Baxter Laboratories

1019 Mountain Highway Boronia Victoria 3155 AustraliaBaxter Laboratories specializes in the development and manufacturing of skin care, sunscreen and topical pharmaceutical/dermatological products.

Bresagen

Adelaide, SA AustraliaBresaGen is a biotechnology company that is focused on the commercial development of peptide and protein therapeutics.

Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute

75 Commercial Road, Melbourne, Victoria 3004, AustraliaBaker IDI is one of the few institutes in the world where the work of staff spans benchtop to bedside and where research is dedicated to tackling the deadly trio of diseases: cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity. The Institute’s science strategy reflects the breadth of the areas that we work across in order to enhance the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of chronic disease. In order to ensure that our work is relevant to the communities in which we operate, the strategy reflects a strong focus on collaboration and translation, tackling big-picture health questions and working with investors, industry and government to drive better health. Our strategies To retain the Institute's traditional independence, flexibility, agility and specialised focus. To collaborate extensively with hospitals, universities and other research institutes locally and around the world. Baker IDI's research activities will continue to be driven by an intention to contribute to a global reduction in death and disability from cardiovascular disease, diabetes and associated metabolic diseases. The Institute's output will be self-evidently translational through the mechanisms of technology transfer and commercialisation, involvement in and support of the direct delivery of clinical services, and influencing policy and guidelines. Baker IDI will remain a pre-eminent contributor to Australian, regional and global academic output in medical research through traditional peer-reviewed mechanisms and metrics. The Institute will develop the capacity to fund, manage and support basic and clinical research and research translation outside the confines of peer-reviewed grant and publication processes. Whilst much research will continue to be investigator-driven, specific programs of research will be thematically consistent with the overall disease mitigation objectives in the Institute's mission. Baker IDI will have an open, flexible and collaborative culture with mutual recognition and respect of the contributions made within the organisation across all disciplines.

Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute

PO Box 6492, Melbourne Victoria 3004, AustraliaBaker IDI is one of the few institutes in the world where the work of staff spans benchtop to bedside and where research is dedicated to tackling the deadly trio of diseases: cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity. The Institute’s science strategy reflects the breadth of the areas that we work across in order to enhance the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of chronic disease. In order to ensure that our work is relevant to the communities in which we operate, the strategy reflects a strong focus on collaboration and translation, tackling big-picture health questions and working with investors, industry and government to drive better health. Our strategies To retain the Institute's traditional independence, flexibility, agility and specialised focus. To collaborate extensively with hospitals, universities and other research institutes locally and around the world. Baker IDI's research activities will continue to be driven by an intention to contribute to a global reduction in death and disability from cardiovascular disease, diabetes and associated metabolic diseases. The Institute's output will be self-evidently translational through the mechanisms of technology transfer and commercialisation, involvement in and support of the direct delivery of clinical services, and influencing policy and guidelines. Baker IDI will remain a pre-eminent contributor to Australian, regional and global academic output in medical research through traditional peer-reviewed mechanisms and metrics. The Institute will develop the capacity to fund, manage and support basic and clinical research and research translation outside the confines of peer-reviewed grant and publication processes. Whilst much research will continue to be investigator-driven, specific programs of research will be thematically consistent with the overall disease mitigation objectives in the Institute's mission. Baker IDI will have an open, flexible and collaborative culture with mutual recognition and respect of the contributions made within the organisation across all disciplines.

Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute

5 Commercial Road Melbourne, Victoria, 3004 AustraliaBaker IDI is one of the few institutes in the world where the work of staff spans benchtop to bedside and where research is dedicated to tackling the deadly trio of diseases: cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity. The Institute’s science strategy reflects the breadth of the areas that we work across in order to enhance the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of chronic disease. In order to ensure that our work is relevant to the communities in which we operate, the strategy reflects a strong focus on collaboration and translation, tackling big-picture health questions and working with investors, industry and government to drive better health. Our strategies To retain the Institute's traditional independence, flexibility, agility and specialised focus. To collaborate extensively with hospitals, universities and other research institutes locally and around the world. Baker IDI's research activities will continue to be driven by an intention to contribute to a global reduction in death and disability from cardiovascular disease, diabetes and associated metabolic diseases. The Institute's output will be self-evidently translational through the mechanisms of technology transfer and commercialisation, involvement in and support of the direct delivery of clinical services, and influencing policy and guidelines. Baker IDI will remain a pre-eminent contributor to Australian, regional and global academic output in medical research through traditional peer-reviewed mechanisms and metrics. The Institute will develop the capacity to fund, manage and support basic and clinical research and research translation outside the confines of peer-reviewed grant and publication processes. Whilst much research will continue to be investigator-driven, specific programs of research will be thematically consistent with the overall disease mitigation objectives in the Institute's mission. Baker IDI will have an open, flexible and collaborative culture with mutual recognition and respect of the contributions made within the organisation across all disciplines.

Bulk Nutrients

7 Crabtree Road Grove, Tasmania, 7109The idea behind Bulk Nutrients started approximately 10 years ago when Managing Director Ben Crowley, lived in Japan for 12 months teaching English. A keen trainer and supplement user, Ben was shocked by the prices and availability of supplements in Japan. As supplements were so hard to come by in there he bought his personal supply from The U.S and had them shipped to Japan directly where he lived. Being from Australia he just assumed that we had always paid reasonable amounts for supplements in Aus, that was until he started buying them direct from the U.S! Ben was amazed at how affordable supplements were in the U.S as well as the massive range available. When he looked more deeply into why this occurred, a few things became clear.

Bulk Nutrients

7 Crabtree Road Grove, Tasmania, 7109 AustraliaThe idea behind Bulk Nutrients started approximately 10 years ago when Managing Director Ben Crowley, lived in Japan for 12 months teaching English. A keen trainer and supplement user, Ben was shocked by the prices and availability of supplements in Japan. As supplements were so hard to come by in there he bought his personal supply from The U.S and had them shipped to Japan directly where he lived. Being from Australia he just assumed that we had always paid reasonable amounts for supplements in Aus, that was until he started buying them direct from the U.S! Ben was amazed at how affordable supplements were in the U.S as well as the massive range available. When he looked more deeply into why this occurred, a few things became clear.

Biopharmaceuticals Australia

Brisbane City East, Queensland, AustraliaBiopharmaceuticals Australia offers clinical development, scale-up facilities, cell services, tissue engineering, particle technology, and process development.

Biopharmaceuticals Australia

Floor 10, 111 George StreetBrisbane Queensland 4000, AustraliaBiopharmaceuticals Australia offers clinical development, scale-up facilities, cell services, tissue engineering, particle technology, and process development.

Boron Molecular

500 Princes Highway Noble Park, Victoria 3174 AustraliaBoron Molecular specializes in supply and synthesis of fine chemicals including organoboronic acids, esters, biaryls, and cubanes.

Biosensis

PO Box 6327, Halifax Street Post Office, South Australia, 5000Biosensis offers antibodies, proteins, ELISA kits, and control peptides/antibodies for purchase.

BioAustralis Fine Chemicals

Building A, 28-54 Percival Road Smithfield NSW 2164 AustraliaBioaustralis Fine Chemicals provides microbial metabolites, fermentation, metabolite production, and microbial screening.

Bio Analytical Research Corporation

50 Montgomery Street Kogarah NSW 2217, AustraliaBio Analytical Research Corporation (BARC) provides full service clinical trial support, project management, and data management.

BioAssayLINK

Global Headquarters 221 Birdwood Terrace Toowong, 4066 Brisbane Queensland AustraliaMatching service for early stage discovery and preclinical research services providing customers with a prequalified list of labs that meet their outsourcing and/or collaborative requirements

Berts Soft Drinks

47 Alexander Avenue Taren Point, NSW, 2229 AustraliaThe Shelley Family has been in the soft drink business since 1893, starting out in the outback township of Broken Hill before moving to Marrickville in 1927. In 1968 they moved to Taren Point Sydney where Berts Soft Drinks was established. Berts Soft Drinks are still following some of the traditional recipes in our soft drinks dating back to 1893. The Berts range includes traditional soft drinks (Orange, Lemonade, Creaming soda, Pineapple and Snowette), Old Tavern Ginger Beer, Diet drinks, mixers (Lemon, Lime and Bitters, Tonic Water, Soda Water and Bitter Lemon), Cordials, still and sparkling mineral water. Berts Soft Drinks is one of a few independent soft drink manufactures remaining in Sydney. Over the years, Berts Soft Drinks has diversified its business into contract packing. Our production facilities based in Taren Point Sydney are purpose designed and built for soft drink manufacturing. The Company being a wholly owned and operated Australian family business provides a commodity that is value for money. Berts Soft Drinks is a member of ABCL (Australian Beverages Council Ltd) as well as the ABWI (Australian Bottled Water Institute) and is certified by HACCP. Berts Soft Drinks complies with all Australian and New Zealand Food Authority guide lines regulated by the Government.

Curtin University JohnDe Laeter Center - Electron Microscopy and X-Ray Analysis Core

Kent Street, Bentley, Perth Western Australia 6102

CAPPRe

Level 20, 25 Bligh Street Sydney, NSW, 2000 AustraliaFilling an important need in the community and patient preference research industry, Dr Simon Fifer, Laurie Axford and Professor John Rose have built on over 15 years of experience to launch Community and Patient Preference Research (CaPPRe) – a consultancy group committed to meaningful research leading to better engagement and understanding of community and health consumer needs. CaPPRe is an independent company committed to high quality choice modelling. At CaPPRe, we use choice modelling to transform our clients' understanding of their business, and their clients by understanding why people make the choices they do and predict the choices they’ll make in the future. This helps our clients make better business decisions and create effective policies based on what people value.

CAPPRe

Level 28 161 Castlereagh St Sydney, NSW, 2000 AustraliaFilling an important need in the community and patient preference research industry, Dr Simon Fifer, Laurie Axford and Professor John Rose have built on over 15 years of experience to launch Community and Patient Preference Research (CaPPRe) – a consultancy group committed to meaningful research leading to better engagement and understanding of community and health consumer needs. CaPPRe is an independent company committed to high quality choice modelling. At CaPPRe, we use choice modelling to transform our clients' understanding of their business, and their clients by understanding why people make the choices they do and predict the choices they’ll make in the future. This helps our clients make better business decisions and create effective policies based on what people value.

Crux Biolabs

885 Mountain Highway Building 21 BAYSWATER, VIC, 3153 AustraliaChoose Crux Biolabs’ bioanalytical services for customized protein, antibody & cell assays that are reliable, timely & cost-effective. Our PC2 lab is an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited facility in Melbourne, Australia. Crux’s immunology expertise can contribute to better outcomes for clinical studies and pre-clinical R&D. Crux’s range of custom and validated services include: • ELISAs, including kit development • Multiplex cytokine & biomarker panels • PBMC processing • In vitro cell culture • Flow cytometry • Clinical project management, including logistics, kit production & laboratory manuals • Accredited partner labs with expertise in virology & microbiology, oncology & immunotherapies and clinical genomics At Crux Biolabs we understand that each study is unique. We take pride in becoming an extension of your team to deliver the best outcome for your studies.

CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory

Private bag 10 Clayton South Vic 3169 AustraliaOur national Australian Animal Health Laboratory facility is a vital part of Australia’s biosecurity infrastructure. We work closely with veterinary and human health agencies globally, as about 70 per cent of emerging infectious diseases in people originate in animals.

CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory

Private bag 10 Clayton South Vic, 3169 AustraliaOur national Australian Animal Health Laboratory facility is a vital part of Australia’s biosecurity infrastructure. We work closely with veterinary and human health agencies globally, as about 70 per cent of emerging infectious diseases in people originate in animals.

Chemical Analysis

Bulleen, Melbourne, Victoria, AustraliaChemical Analysis provides spectroscopy, similarity testing, impurity idenfication, bioanalytical method development, and pharmacokinetic screening.

Chemical Analysis

Bulleen, VIC, 3105 AustraliaChemical Analysis provides spectroscopy, similarity testing, impurity idenfication, bioanalytical method development, and pharmacokinetic screening.

Centor Group

76 Colemans Road Carrum Downs, VIC, 3201 AustraliaOriginating from a group of independent companies that recognize our synergies, we have combined our energies, skills and resources to deliver leading edge technologies and services to the agricultural seed industry. Our diversified research facilities, located on four continents, are guided and co-ordinated by our Innovation Council. We are focused globally, yet operate locally to deliver synergistic, customized solutions to our customers. We regard ourselves as international in the truest sense whilst staying as close to our customers as possible in everything we do.

Clinical Network Services

Level 3, 88 Jephson Street Toowong, QLD 4066 AustraliaClinical Network Services (CNS) provides clinical design and consultancy, clinical and non clinical trial services, and australian regulatory services.

Clinical Network Services

Toowong, QLD, 4066 AustraliaClinical Network Services (CNS) provides clinical design and consultancy, clinical and non clinical trial services, and australian regulatory services.

CQUniversity

c/- Australian Agricultural College Capricorn Highway Emerald QLD 4720 AUSCQUniversity focuses on research.

CQUniversity

QLD AustraliaCQUniversity focuses on research.

ChemCentre

Bentley, WA, 6102 AustraliaChemCentre offers bioanalysis, water analysis, and food analysis services.

Contract Pharmaceutical Services of Australia (CPSA)

5 Eden Park Drive, North Ryde NSW 2113 AustraliaCPSA specializes in production processing, manufacturing and technical support servies.

Contract Pharmaceutical Services of Australia (CPSA)

North Ryde, NSW, 2113 AustraliaCPSA specializes in production processing, manufacturing and technical support servies.

Clinical Genomics Technologies Pty Ltd.

2 Eden Park Drive Macquarie Park, NSW, 2113 AustraliaAt Clinical Genomics, we harness breakthrough science to create innovative and accessible ways to detect disease and enhance lives. Clinical Genomics is a privately held biotechnology company developing and marketing innovative products for colorectal cancer (CRC) diagnosis. With a broad intellectual property portfolio consisting of more than 95 patents, Clinical Genomics sells colorectal cancer screening and monitoring solutions. In 2016, Clinical Genomics launched Colvera™, a sensitive and specific blood-based circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) test for colorectal cancer recurrence monitoring that detects methylated DNA from two genes, BCAT1 and IKZF1. Via its wholly-owned subsidiary Enterix Inc., the company offers the user-friendly, patient-preferred colorectal cancer screening InSure® FIT™ assay, an FDA-cleared fecal immunochemical test that detects blood in the stool. Clinical Genomics has offices and CLIA-registered laboratories in Bridgewater as well as FDA-registered and TGA-licensed IVD manufacturing in Edison, New Jersey and Sydney, Australia and a NATA-accredited laboratory in North Ryde, NSW Australia.

Clarity Pharmaceuticals

Cornwallis St, Sydney NSW AustraliaClarity assists biopharmaceutical companies around the world to develop biological therapeutics and improve the process of biopharmaceutical drug development. Our expert team helps to minimise the risks of biological drug development and enables improved efficiency and efficacy by offering its in vivo imaging services, supported by a high level of technical capabilities. Clarity’s preclinical PET imaging services are designed for biopharmaceutical companies that wish to further characterise and de-risk their biological molecules. It allows drug developers to assess the targeting of their biological molecules early in development in vivo using PET imaging. Clarity’s clinical research services for peptide and antibody imaging are designed for biopharmaceutical companies that wish to characterise and de-risk their biological molecules by imaging in humans. Clarity’s clinical development pathway can increase the chance of success for a therapy by using a companion diagnostic, based on peptide or antibody imaging, for clinical research.

Clarity Pharmaceuticals

4 Cornwallis Street Eveleigh Sydney, NSW 2015 AustraliaClarity assists biopharmaceutical companies around the world to develop biological therapeutics and improve the process of biopharmaceutical drug development. Our expert team helps to minimise the risks of biological drug development and enables improved efficiency and efficacy by offering its in vivo imaging services, supported by a high level of technical capabilities. Clarity’s preclinical PET imaging services are designed for biopharmaceutical companies that wish to further characterise and de-risk their biological molecules. It allows drug developers to assess the targeting of their biological molecules early in development in vivo using PET imaging. Clarity’s clinical research services for peptide and antibody imaging are designed for biopharmaceutical companies that wish to characterise and de-risk their biological molecules by imaging in humans. Clarity’s clinical development pathway can increase the chance of success for a therapy by using a companion diagnostic, based on peptide or antibody imaging, for clinical research.

Cell Therapies

Ground Floor, 10 St Andrews Place East Melbourne, Vic, 3002 AustraliaCell Therapies provides a one-stop shop for organisations seeking cGMP manufacturing and clinical trials expertise.

Cosmetek Cosmetic & Vein Clinic

294 Payneham Road Payneham, SA, 5070 AustraliaAt Cosmetek Vein Clinic we can effectively treat varicose veins and superficial veins without the down time experienced with surgery. Cosmetek specializes in modern, alternative treatment for varicose veins and superficial spider veins in a professional and relaxed environment. Our experienced team at Cosmetek Cosmetic and Vein Clinic offer understanding and support when discussing varicose and spider veins. Experienced and Qualified Doctors Most of our staff have experienced treatment personally for either varicose veins or spider veins, and are happy to assist with any enquiries. We have been through it ourselves and we are dedicated to guiding you through smoothly. There is no need to take time off work – even after treatment of the most severe varicose veins. In fact we prefer normal activities to be resumed after treatment with no need for bed rest or periods of inactivity. Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy At Cosmetek Clinic, Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy utilizes the precision of the highest imaging resolution available to guide and ensure effective and lasting treatment. This form of treatment results in closure of the diseased varicose vein from the day of treatment, without the need for hospitalisation, or general anaesthetic.

CellBank Australia

214 Hawkesbury Rd Westmead, NSW 2145 AustraliaCellBank Australia, operated by the Children's Medical Research Institute, offers cell culture, short tandem repeat DNA profiling, and master/working cell banking services.

CellBank Australia

Westmead, NSW, 2145 AustraliaCellBank Australia, operated by the Children's Medical Research Institute, offers cell culture, short tandem repeat DNA profiling, and master/working cell banking services.

Cancer Therapeutics

Cancer Therapeutics CRC Pty Ltd
4 Research Ave. Bundoora VIC 3083 AustraliaCancer Therapeutics focuses on developing high quality leads and preclinical small molecule drug candidates that target specific pathways related to the tumor microenvironment or growth.

CPR Pharma Services

Suite C, 32 West Thebarton Road Thebarton, SA 5031 AustraliaCPR Pharma Services offers specialized services supporting drug development for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry in clinical, bioanalytical, and consulting services.

CSIRO

CSIRO Enquiries Locked Bag 10 Clayton South VIC 3169 AustraliaCSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, is Australia's national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world.

CSIRO

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation CSIRO Black Mountain Science and Innovation Park, Clunies Ross Street, Acton , Australian Capital Territory, 2601 AustraliaCSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, is Australia's national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world.

Discovery Biology

Building N27 Don Young Rd Griffith University Nathan, QLD 4111 AustraliaDiscovery Biology undertakes both basic and applied research in drug discovery, primarily in the areas of cancer and neglected diseases in addition to developing innovative technological approaches for high throughput screening (HTS), Hit-to-Lead and lead optimization, with a particular interest in imaging.

Discovery Biology

Nathan, QLD, 4111 AustraliaDiscovery Biology undertakes both basic and applied research in drug discovery, primarily in the areas of cancer and neglected diseases in addition to developing innovative technological approaches for high throughput screening (HTS), Hit-to-Lead and lead optimization, with a particular interest in imaging.

Datapharm Australia

56 Thompson Street Drummoyne NSW 2047, AustraliaDatapharm Australia provides data management, clinical trial support, and statistics.

Dishman Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals

Victoria, AustraliaDishman CRAMS offers development services, kilo supply, cGMP pilot production and full scale cGMP manufacture.

Dishman Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals

Melbourne, AustraliaDishman CRAMS offers development services, kilo supply, cGMP pilot production and full scale cGMP manufacture.

Dairy Technical Services, Ltd.

1-2/148 Tennyson Memorial Avenue, Tennyson Qld Australia 4105DTS aims to provide a comprehensive, high quality and timely service to all clients, at a competitive price. We achieve this through: 1. Training our people to continuously develop and extend their skills 2. Forming alliances and partnerships with our clients 3. Supporting industry initiatives in improving industry standards 4. Continuously monitoring and benchmarking our performance and level of service against our competitors and industry 5. A requirement for all staff to be familiar with, and prepared to implement the ideals set out in the Quality Manual 6. The commitment of management to comply with the requirements set out in the Quality Manual and ISO/IEC 17025v 7. Maintenance of NATA accreditation to the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 for its laboratories

Dairy Technical Services, Ltd.

63 Boundary Road North Melbourne, VIC, 3051 AustraliaDTS aims to provide a comprehensive, high quality and timely service to all clients, at a competitive price. We achieve this through: 1. Training our people to continuously develop and extend their skills 2. Forming alliances and partnerships with our clients 3. Supporting industry initiatives in improving industry standards 4. Continuously monitoring and benchmarking our performance and level of service against our competitors and industry 5. A requirement for all staff to be familiar with, and prepared to implement the ideals set out in the Quality Manual 6. The commitment of management to comply with the requirements set out in the Quality Manual and ISO/IEC 17025v 7. Maintenance of NATA accreditation to the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 for its laboratories

Garvan Institute of Medical Research - Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics

384 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst Sydney NSW 2010The Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics (KCCG) is: A purpose-built facility for undertaking state-of-the-art clinical-grade genomic sequencing and analysis The Centre contains two Illumina HiSeq 2500s, that combined are capable of sequencing 175 clinical-grade exomes or 10 clinical-grade whole genomes per week. In January 2014, the Garvan Institute announced its acquisition of the HiSeq X Ten sequencing platform, which will provide KCCG with the most powerful genome sequencing potential in Australia with a capability of sequencing up to 18,000 whole human genomes per year. KCCG is also equipped with ultra-high performance computing that has been tailored for genome informatics. The system, which is housed within the Garvan IT data-centre, comprises a 1400 CPU core cluster, 10 TB of aggregated memory, 1 PB of backed-up storage and a 350 TB parallel file system for very high-speed disk access. All these devices are connected via a 10 Gb Ethernet network. A collaborative research centre KCCG undertakes collaborative research projects with scientists at the Garvan Institute as well as external partners, in all areas of medical research. The Centre also undertakes research to improve the interpretation of genomes and genome variants with the overall aim to further the use of genomic information in patient care.

Eskitis Institute for Cell and Molecular Therapies

170 Kessels Road Nathan, QLD, 4111 AustraliaEskitis Institute for Cell and Molecular Therapies investigates drug and cell based therapies for human diseases.

Epichem

Suite 3, 3 Brodie-Hall Drive Technology Park Bentley, Western Australia, 6102 AustraliaEpichem is Australia’s leading provider of synthetic and medicinal chemistry services, and is a recipient of multiple Australian Federal and State export awards over the past 15 years. We are experts in the field of synthetic and medicinal chemistry; providing specialised products and technical expertise to a worldwide customer base in the pharmaceutical, mining, agriculture, and animal health sectors. Epichem excels in a global marketplace by combining a world-class team of highly innovative chemists with a commitment to customer service. Our focus on good science and a keen awareness of customer priorities gives us the ability to communicate and deliver outcomes as efficiently and straightforwardly as possible. Located in Western Australia, our talented and passionate chemists have built an enviable reputation with customers and industry partners for technical expertise, reliability and commitment to quality. Our significant achievements have been recognised with State and Federal Export Awards over the past 15 years of business, including the GHP Biotechnology Award for Most Innovative Chemistry Provider 2020, the West Australian Export Award for International Health 2019, the West Australian Exporter of the Year 2017, and the National Australian Export Award for Small Business 2010. We understand the challenges and commercial realities of drug discovery, research and manufacturing and have the specialist chemistry and professional experience to problem-solve and drive outcomes for our clients.

Ecotox Services International

Unit 27/2 Chaplin Drive Lane Cove, NSW 2066Ecotox Services International is a recognised Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) facility since 2011. Data generated in a GLP facility are recognised by all OECD member nations. GLP ensures the production of high quality and reliable test data. ESI offers GLP testing for the evaluation of the toxic characteristics of substances to aquatic organisms (both freshwater and marine organisms) and to terrestrial organisms, including honeybees. Pharmaceuticals, pesticides, biocides, industrial chemicals and cargoes carried by ships might all require to be ecotoxicologically assessed for registration purposes. GLP testing is recommended for pesticide registration, the REACH programme and according to the Revised GESAMP Hazard Evaluation Procedure for Chemical Substances Carried by Ships. Study directors at ESI are specialist ecotoxicologists with many years experience. Most have been instrumental in developing many of the toxicity tests using Australasian species that are now considered to be routine tests. Our staff have managed most of the significant contract testing projects undertaken in the Australasia region and continue to develop unique and innovative test methodologies to satisfy changing demands.

Environscan Ltd

PO Box 75 Brighton South Australia, 5048ENVIROSCAN was formed in 1988 by a group of highly experienced scientists to provide expert independent consulting and NATA laboratory services for environmental surveys on mainland Australia and coastal waters. Our multidisciplinary team is mostly based in Adelaide and collectively has many years of professional experience in industrial and maritime situations. Our principal activity involves the testing of air emissions, including odour, noise and hazardous pollutants, to assist process control and for compliance with EPA guidelines. Subsoil contamination and groundwater/stormwater surveys are adjunct activities. We operate throughout Australia and have extensive experience in New Zealand. NATA laboratory authorised signatories: Roger Fancett, Brad McLeod and Barry Severne.

ERA Consulting

Brisbane, AustraliaThe ERA Consulting Group provides biopharmaceutical consulting relating to quality, nonclinical, and clinical aspects.

ENERSOL

235 Nelson Street Annandale, NSW 2038 AustraliaENERSOL offers medical device testing services.

Flinders University

Sturt Road Bedford Park , 5042 AustraliaFlinders University is renowned for world-class research and innovation that is relevant, of high quality, and has real impact. We continue to receive significant amounts of funding to carry out research.

Food Processing Specialists Pty. Ltd

16 Warren Avenue, Prospect, South Australia, 5082Food Processing Specialists is a flexible and supportive technical consultancy service that is committed to providing clients with technical expertise and knowledge for a range of food processing activities and processes, specialising in low acid, acid and acidified foods and beverages. We partner with food manufacturing companies across Australia and internationally including New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Asia and China. We are our client’s trusted advisor’s providing technical assistance and trouble shooting service to assist on-site managers with solutions for various production, retorting and processing issues on a “as needs” or project basis.

FOSS NIRSystems

28A Mimosa Street Oatley, N.S.W. Australia 2223FOSS NIRSystems supplies near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy analyzers to support process development, raw materials testing, finished product testing, content uniformity testing, process monitoring, end-point determination, fluid bed drying, quality control and stability testing.

George Clinical

Level 7, 341 George Street Sydney NSW 2000 AUSTRALIAGeorge Clinical provides trial management, strategy development, clinical monitoring, and regulatory expertise.

Genalysis Laboratory Services

15 Davison Street Maddington , Western Australia, 6109 AustraliaGenalysis Laboratory Services offers mineral assay and testing services.

Geneworks

39 Winwood Street, Thebarton SA 5031 AustraliaGeneworks offers custom oligonucleotide synthesis and genome analysis services.

GMP Pharmaceuticals

9 Amax Ave. Girraween NSW 2145 AustraliaGMP Pharmaceuticals specializes in a range of pharmaceuticals, natural health and dairy products.

Griffith University

School of Environment & Science Don Young Road Nathan Campus, QLD, 4111 AustraliaAt Griffith, remarkable is the norm - the remarkable people who better our world, the remarkable experiences that transform people and communities, and the remarkable contributions that change the future forever. We know success often comes from being an exception to the norm—challenging convention, adapting and innovating, creating bold new trends and pioneering solutions ahead of their time. Since inception in 1978, we’ve been deeply connected to the Asian region, socially conscious and environmentally aware, an integral part of the community and heavily industry focused. We’ve also become a comprehensive, research-intensive university, ranking in the top 2% of universities worldwide. Our teaching and research spans six campuses in South East Queensland and all disciplines, while our network of more than 200,000 graduates extends around the world. Our MISSION is to to engage in outstanding scholarship that makes a major contribution to society and to produce groundbreaking research. Students will be provided with an excellent education and the capacity to develop and apply knowledge to exercise influence and make meaningful life-long contributions to their communities. Griffith is committed to: 1/ rigorous standards of scholarship 2/ positively influencing our communities through teaching, research and scholarly activities 3/ engaging students as partners in their education 4/ recognising our location in the Asia-Pacific and deepening our engagement with the region 5/ bringing disciplines together in address the key issues of our time 6/ promoting the respect of individual rights and ethical standards 7/ recognising and valuing diversity 8/ participatory decision making and problem solving 9/ contributing to a robust, equitable and environmentallyy sustainable society 10/ recognising our first peoples and enabling their continued contribution to the nation

Griffith University

School of Environment & Science Don Young Road Nathan Campus, QLD, 4111 AustraliaAt Griffith, remarkable is the norm - the remarkable people who better our world, the remarkable experiences that transform people and communities, and the remarkable contributions that change the future forever. We know success often comes from being an exception to the norm—challenging convention, adapting and innovating, creating bold new trends and pioneering solutions ahead of their time. Since inception in 1978, we’ve been deeply connected to the Asian region, socially conscious and environmentally aware, an integral part of the community and heavily industry focused. We’ve also become a comprehensive, research-intensive university, ranking in the top 2% of universities worldwide. Our teaching and research spans six campuses in South East Queensland and all disciplines, while our network of more than 200,000 graduates extends around the world. Our MISSION is to to engage in outstanding scholarship that makes a major contribution to society and to produce groundbreaking research. Students will be provided with an excellent education and the capacity to develop and apply knowledge to exercise influence and make meaningful life-long contributions to their communities. Griffith is committed to: 1/ rigorous standards of scholarship 2/ positively influencing our communities through teaching, research and scholarly activities 3/ engaging students as partners in their education 4/ recognising our location in the Asia-Pacific and deepening our engagement with the region 5/ bringing disciplines together in address the key issues of our time 6/ promoting the respect of individual rights and ethical standards 7/ recognising and valuing diversity 8/ participatory decision making and problem solving 9/ contributing to a robust, equitable and environmentallyy sustainable society 10/ recognising our first peoples and enabling their continued contribution to the nation

Griffith University

170 Kessels Road Nathan, QLD, 4111 AustraliaAt Griffith, remarkable is the norm - the remarkable people who better our world, the remarkable experiences that transform people and communities, and the remarkable contributions that change the future forever. We know success often comes from being an exception to the norm—challenging convention, adapting and innovating, creating bold new trends and pioneering solutions ahead of their time. Since inception in 1978, we’ve been deeply connected to the Asian region, socially conscious and environmentally aware, an integral part of the community and heavily industry focused. We’ve also become a comprehensive, research-intensive university, ranking in the top 2% of universities worldwide. Our teaching and research spans six campuses in South East Queensland and all disciplines, while our network of more than 200,000 graduates extends around the world. Our MISSION is to to engage in outstanding scholarship that makes a major contribution to society and to produce groundbreaking research. Students will be provided with an excellent education and the capacity to develop and apply knowledge to exercise influence and make meaningful life-long contributions to their communities. Griffith is committed to: 1/ rigorous standards of scholarship 2/ positively influencing our communities through teaching, research and scholarly activities 3/ engaging students as partners in their education 4/ recognising our location in the Asia-Pacific and deepening our engagement with the region 5/ bringing disciplines together in address the key issues of our time 6/ promoting the respect of individual rights and ethical standards 7/ recognising and valuing diversity 8/ participatory decision making and problem solving 9/ contributing to a robust, equitable and environmentallyy sustainable society 10/ recognising our first peoples and enabling their continued contribution to the nation

Griffith University

Griffith Health Centre G40 9.17 Parklands Drive Southport, QLD, 4222 AustraliaAt Griffith, remarkable is the norm - the remarkable people who better our world, the remarkable experiences that transform people and communities, and the remarkable contributions that change the future forever. We know success often comes from being an exception to the norm—challenging convention, adapting and innovating, creating bold new trends and pioneering solutions ahead of their time. Since inception in 1978, we’ve been deeply connected to the Asian region, socially conscious and environmentally aware, an integral part of the community and heavily industry focused. We’ve also become a comprehensive, research-intensive university, ranking in the top 2% of universities worldwide. Our teaching and research spans six campuses in South East Queensland and all disciplines, while our network of more than 200,000 graduates extends around the world. Our MISSION is to to engage in outstanding scholarship that makes a major contribution to society and to produce groundbreaking research. Students will be provided with an excellent education and the capacity to develop and apply knowledge to exercise influence and make meaningful life-long contributions to their communities. Griffith is committed to: 1/ rigorous standards of scholarship 2/ positively influencing our communities through teaching, research and scholarly activities 3/ engaging students as partners in their education 4/ recognising our location in the Asia-Pacific and deepening our engagement with the region 5/ bringing disciplines together in address the key issues of our time 6/ promoting the respect of individual rights and ethical standards 7/ recognising and valuing diversity 8/ participatory decision making and problem solving 9/ contributing to a robust, equitable and environmentallyy sustainable society 10/ recognising our first peoples and enabling their continued contribution to the nation

Genetic Repositories Australia

AustraliaGenetic Repositories Australia (GRA) is a national genetic repository for DNA & cell lines derived from appropriately consented disease-specific & population-based studies. GRA has been supported by a $2 million National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Enabling Facility Grant and is based at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA). The Chief Investigators on the NHMRC Enabling Grant 401184 are Prof Peter Schofield (Neuroscience Research Australia & University of New South Wales), Assoc Prof Juleen Cavanaugh (Australian National University), Dr Susan Forrest (Australian Genome Research Facility) and Prof John Hopper (University of Melbourne).

GunnLab

188 Hargraves Street Castlemaine, VIC, 3450 AustraliaGunnLab tests flexible packaging, rigid packaging and other plastic products and materials.

Hospira

8 Dalgleish St Thebarton, SA 5000 Australia, Austalia / New ZealandHospira offers commercial products and manufacturing services for hospitals.

Hyperdrive Science

Research Park Drive Building F7B Macquarie Park, NSW, 2109 AustraliaHyperdrive Science is focused on developing and applying its BindFind technology to accelerate the drug development process by rapidly and agnostically identifying the protein targets of drugs and drug candidates. This allows pharmaceutical companies to develop new drugs faster, inform critical decision points in pharmaceutical development, identify off-targets associated with side-effects, deconvolute phenotypic screening results and reposition existing drugs for new uses. Our mission is to fundamentally change the drug discovery process and work toward a future with cheaper, safer and more effective medicine for everyone.

Hyperdrive Science

9 Research Park Drive Building F7B Macquarie Park, NSW, 2113 AustraliaHyperdrive Science is focused on developing and applying its BindFind technology to accelerate the drug development process by rapidly and agnostically identifying the protein targets of drugs and drug candidates. This allows pharmaceutical companies to develop new drugs faster, inform critical decision points in pharmaceutical development, identify off-targets associated with side-effects, deconvolute phenotypic screening results and reposition existing drugs for new uses. Our mission is to fundamentally change the drug discovery process and work toward a future with cheaper, safer and more effective medicine for everyone.

Hyperdrive Science

14 Eastern Rd Building E8A186 Macquarie University, NSW, 2109 AustraliaHyperdrive Science is focused on developing and applying its BindFind technology to accelerate the drug development process by rapidly and agnostically identifying the protein targets of drugs and drug candidates. This allows pharmaceutical companies to develop new drugs faster, inform critical decision points in pharmaceutical development, identify off-targets associated with side-effects, deconvolute phenotypic screening results and reposition existing drugs for new uses. Our mission is to fundamentally change the drug discovery process and work toward a future with cheaper, safer and more effective medicine for everyone.

Hyperdrive Science

9 Research Park Drive Molecular Sciences 4WW Macquarie Park, NSW, 2109 AustraliaHyperdrive Science is focused on developing and applying its BindFind technology to accelerate the drug development process by rapidly and agnostically identifying the protein targets of drugs and drug candidates. This allows pharmaceutical companies to develop new drugs faster, inform critical decision points in pharmaceutical development, identify off-targets associated with side-effects, deconvolute phenotypic screening results and reposition existing drugs for new uses. Our mission is to fundamentally change the drug discovery process and work toward a future with cheaper, safer and more effective medicine for everyone.

Hyperdrive Science

3/1 Marian St Killara, NSW, 2071 AustraliaHyperdrive Science is focused on developing and applying its BindFind technology to accelerate the drug development process by rapidly and agnostically identifying the protein targets of drugs and drug candidates. This allows pharmaceutical companies to develop new drugs faster, inform critical decision points in pharmaceutical development, identify off-targets associated with side-effects, deconvolute phenotypic screening results and reposition existing drugs for new uses. Our mission is to fundamentally change the drug discovery process and work toward a future with cheaper, safer and more effective medicine for everyone.

Hyperdrive Science

3/1 Marian St Killara, FOREIGN, 2071 AustraliaHyperdrive Science is focused on developing and applying its BindFind technology to accelerate the drug development process by rapidly and agnostically identifying the protein targets of drugs and drug candidates. This allows pharmaceutical companies to develop new drugs faster, inform critical decision points in pharmaceutical development, identify off-targets associated with side-effects, deconvolute phenotypic screening results and reposition existing drugs for new uses. Our mission is to fundamentally change the drug discovery process and work toward a future with cheaper, safer and more effective medicine for everyone.

Homart Pharmaceuticals

81 Carnarvon Street Silverwater NSW 2128 AustraliaHomart specializes in manufacturing and marketing of health supplements.

Hach

Unit 10, 15 Howleys Road Notting Hill, VIC 3168 AustraliaHach Company manufactures and distributes analytical instruments and reagents used to test the quality of water and other liquids.

Hanson Institute Detmold Family Trust Cell Imaging Centre

PO Box 14 Rundle Mall Adelaide South Australia 5000Hanson Institute Detmold Family Trust Cell Imaging Centre provides flow cytometry and imaging services.

Hanson Institute Detmold Family Trust Cell Imaging Centre

Adelaide, SA AustraliaHanson Institute Detmold Family Trust Cell Imaging Centre provides flow cytometry and imaging services.

Human Genetic Signatures

Virology Research Laboratory Level 3, Clinical Sciences Building, Prince of Wales Hospital Randwick, NSW 2031 AustraliaHuman Genetic Signatures focuses on DNA methylation and offers molecular diagnostic assay kits.

Institute of Drug Technology Australia

VIC AustraliaInstitute of Drug Technology Australia provides pharmaceutical contract manufacturing and clinical research services.

Industrial Research Limited

Wellington, NSW, 2820 AustraliaIndustrial Research Limited provides carbohydrate chemistry R&D, fine chemicals, and other related services.

Immuno Diagnostics

St Peters, AustraliaImmuno Diagnostics provides genetic testing, screening, biologics, probes, bacterial studies, and disease studies.

Invetech

495 Blackburn Road Mt Waverley (Melbourne) VIC 3149 AustraliaInvetech provides product development, instrument development, custom automation, and contract manufacturing.

Integrated Research

Level 9, 100 Pacific Hwy North Sydney, NSW 2060 AUSTRALIAIntegrated Research provides study monitoring, data management, statistics, investigator recruitment, and regulatory submissions.

James Cook University

1 James Cook Drive, Douglas, QLD 4814, AUOne of the world's leading institutions focusing on the tropics, Australia's James Cook University is surrounded by the spectacular ecosystems of the rainforests of the Wet tropics, the dry savannahs, and the iconic Great Barrier Reef. Our unique location enables students from Australia and overseas to study in a diverse physical environment unparalleled by any university in the world.

James Cook University

1 James Cook Drive Townsville, QLD 4811 AustraliaOne of the world's leading institutions focusing on the tropics, Australia's James Cook University is surrounded by the spectacular ecosystems of the rainforests of the Wet tropics, the dry savannahs, and the iconic Great Barrier Reef. Our unique location enables students from Australia and overseas to study in a diverse physical environment unparalleled by any university in the world.

James Cook University Advanced Analytical Center

Building DB019 Townsville, QLD 4811 AustraliaFirst formed in 1991, the Advanced Analytical Centre (AAC) is a central analytical facility that proudly supports research and industry, providing a wide range of analytical instrumentation backed by experienced and professional staff. The AAC provides access to a range of techniques covering the fields of microscopy and microanalysis, inorganic and organic chemical analysis, mineralogy/crystallography and genetic analysis. A full list of the current facilities can be found at AAC instrumentation. The centre provides a full range of services from sample preparation through to final analysis and reporting as well as specific, hands-on training in instrument use. It is also a Linked Laboratory to the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF). If using any of the facilities for the first time please discuss your requirements with a member of the AAC staff in order that we may help and advise you of the most appropriate method to obtain the results required.

kConFab

The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Research department GHRattan Street Melbourne, Victoria, 3000 AustraliakConFab brings together geneticists, clinicians, surgeon, genetic counsellors, psychosocial researchers, pathologists and epidemiologists from all over Australia and New Zealand who believe the causes and consequences of familial predisposition to breast cancer can be understood only by a concerted national effort at both the basic and clinical level. In 1997, kConFab, with the help of the Family Cancer centres in Australia and New Zealand began enrolling families with a strong history of breast and breast/ovarian cancer. Genetic, epidemiological, medical and psychosocial data collected from these families by kConFab nurses and researchers are stored in a de-identified fashion in a central relational database. Biospecimens collected from family members are used to characterise germ-line mutations in predisposing genes such as BRCA1 and BRCA2. kConFab has accumulated data on more than1400 multigenerational, multicase kindreds. kConFab itself is not a research organisation in the usual sense, but rather provides a resource upon which researchers can draw. The aims of the consortium are to make data and biospecimens widely available to researchers for use in peer-reviewed, ethically-approved funded research projects on familial aspects of breast cancer. At present, kConFab is supplying biological specimens and data to more than 100 research projects world wide.

Keg King

2/33-35 Smith Road Springvale, Vic 3171 Australia

Keg King

2/33-35 Smith Road Springvale, , Vic , 3171 Australia

KK Biomed

825 N. 300 West, #C320KK Biomed offers reagents and kits in addition to HPLC/drug analysis services.

LabConnect

Level 1, 18 Banksia Street, Heidelberg VIC 3084, AustraliaLabConnect is the preeminent provider of central laboratory support services for logistically and analytically complex studies. LabConnect offers clinical chemistry, DNA sequencing, nucleic acid extraction, genotyping, flow cytometry, pharmacology, and toxicology services.

Laboratories for Materials Advanced Testing Services (LMATS)

6 Techno Park Drive Williamstown,Victoria 3016

Luina Bio Pty Ltd

2806 Ipswich Road Darra, QLD, 4076 AustraliaLuina Bio Pty Ltd is one of Australia’s most experienced biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing organisations. Luina Bio offers an inclusive set of services including: * Biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing * GMP manufacture of recombinant proteins and vaccines * Microbial products * Small molecule synthesis for human and veterinary use * Synthetic organic chemistry * production of GMP material for pre-clinical studies and clinical trial material batches for Phase 1, 2 and 3 clinical studies.

La Trobe University Animal Research and Teaching Facility

11 Stanley Street Wodonga, VIC, 3690 AustraliaLa Trobe Animal Research and Teaching Facility provide housing, husbandry and technical resources supporting the use of a diverse range of animals involved in research and teaching activities at the University. We provide/support: Technical equipment and expertise to facilitate research and teaching involving animals Training and competency assessment programs in animal skills Animal housing, monitoring and husbandry across a range of species including rodent, avian, reptile and native IVC and conventional laboratory rodent housing facilities Specified Pathogen Free (SPF) housing for mice Veterinary services Behavioural Testing suites for rats and mice IVIS imaging equipment Radsource cell/animal irradiator Dedicated rodent surgical suites Expertise to support Animal Ethics Committee and Institutional Biosafety Committee requirements Best practice in animal welfare Compliance with regulatory requirements.

La Trobe University Animal Research and Teaching Facility

Union Building, Level 3, Room 313 Wodonga, Victoria, 3689 AustraliaLa Trobe Animal Research and Teaching Facility provide housing, husbandry and technical resources supporting the use of a diverse range of animals involved in research and teaching activities at the University. We provide/support: Technical equipment and expertise to facilitate research and teaching involving animals Training and competency assessment programs in animal skills Animal housing, monitoring and husbandry across a range of species including rodent, avian, reptile and native IVC and conventional laboratory rodent housing facilities Specified Pathogen Free (SPF) housing for mice Veterinary services Behavioural Testing suites for rats and mice IVIS imaging equipment Radsource cell/animal irradiator Dedicated rodent surgical suites Expertise to support Animal Ethics Committee and Institutional Biosafety Committee requirements Best practice in animal welfare Compliance with regulatory requirements.

La Trobe University

, Bundoora, VIC 3086, AULa Trobe University participates in a number of collaborative research centres and joint ventures with other research organisations, industry and government bodies. Pursuant to the Strategic Plan, the University will deepen its research capacity by supporting a number of research institutes that will provide an opportunity for a significant number of academic staff from more than one discipline area to focus their research effort on a common field of enquiry. The expectation is that all institutes will develop a strong track record of external research funding.

La Trobe University

John Scott Meeting House Melbourne, Victoria, 3086 AustraliaLa Trobe University participates in a number of collaborative research centres and joint ventures with other research organisations, industry and government bodies. Pursuant to the Strategic Plan, the University will deepen its research capacity by supporting a number of research institutes that will provide an opportunity for a significant number of academic staff from more than one discipline area to focus their research effort on a common field of enquiry. The expectation is that all institutes will develop a strong track record of external research funding.

Labcyte, Inc.

4 Research AvenueLabcyte provides drug discovery, genomics, assays, genetic services, and spectrometry.

Luminex

Building 1, 243 Bradman StreetLuminex provides expression profiling, genomic research, immunodiagnostics, and genetic disease studies. LuminexPLORE Lab is a custom services program that uses industry-leading xMAP technology to offer researchers a competitive edge for scientific breakthroughs. Luminex's team of Applications Scientists are experts in immunoassay and genomic assay development using xMAP and xTAG technologies. Our technologies currently serve a vast community of researchers and scientists with their own custom needs. Whether you are a new assay developer or trying to accelerate your project, LuminexPLORE Lab can help your lab reach its goals faster.

Murdoch Childrens Research Institute

Royal Children's Hospital Flemington Road Parkville , Victoria, 3052 AustraliaChildren experience disease differently to adults and the treatments that are needed for children are different too. That's why our research is crucial, so we can find the best way to prevent disease and treat children to give them the healthiest possible start to life. Our researchers work across three areas: in the lab to investigate why disease occurs, clinical research working beside doctors and nurses to influence diagnosis and treatment and broad community studies to understand how disease impacts children in the wider community.

Medpace

270 Ferntree Gully Road, Notting Hill VIC, 3168, AustraliaMedpace is a Full Service CRO and offers clinical development services including medical writings, biometrics, regulatory affairs and quality assurance. Also offered are Central Lab Services, Bio-Analytical, Biomarker Testing, BioSample Storage and Management, Long-term BioRepository, Core Lab Services, Imaging, and a Phase I Safety Clinic.

Mimotopes

11 Duerdin StreetMimotopes offers peptide synthesis and related products such antibody (polyclonal and monoclonal) services, including peptide library construction and constriction of chemically-modified and non-standard amino acids and peptides.

Monash Institute of Medical Research

27-31 Wright StreetMonash Institute of Medical Research offers its core facilities to offer flow cytometry, sequencing, high content screening, immunoassay, gene targeting, histology, and micro imaging services.

Mayne Pharma

1538 Main North Road, Salisbury South, SA 5106 AustraliaMayne Pharma provides oral drugs, product development and manufacturing services.

Mayne Pharma

Salisbury, QLD, 4107 AustraliaMayne Pharma provides oral drugs, product development and manufacturing services.

Monash Animal Services

VIC AustraliaMonash Animal Services offers animal models and breeding services as well as antibody production and X-Ray imaging services.

Mater Pathology

Level 6, Mater Hospital Brisbane Raymond Terrace South Brisbane Qld 4101With over 90 years experience, Mater Pathology is Queensland’s leading not-for-profit pathology provider, reinvesting revenue back into improving health care. Committed to excellence in diagnostic and consultative services, Mater Pathology boasts a broad spectrum of pathology expertise and provides 24-hour services to Mater private and public hospitals, as well as to valued members of the community and clinicians. Mater Pathology is dedicated to the provision of analytical, interpretive, advisory and educational services and is supported by a network of community based collection centres, couriers and home collection service.

Microgenetix

Unit 4, 17-19 Hi Tech Court Croydon South, Victoria 3136 AustraliaMicrogenetix offers microbiology services including bacterial and fungal identification.

Microgenetix

Croydon South, VIC, 3136 AustraliaMicrogenetix offers microbiology services including bacterial and fungal identification.

Monash Antibody Technologies Facility

Victoria, 3800 AustraliaMonash Antibody Technologies Facility (MATF) offers custom antibody production services.

Microsurfaces

70 Racecourse Road North Melbourne, VIC, 3051 AustraliaMicrosurfaces' manufacture unique polymer inserts enable dynamic live cell analysis of extended live cell imaging experiments. It is now possible to image single cells up to thousands of cells with single cell resolution for high content imaging and analysis applications in immunology, drug discovery and screening as well as embroid body formation. The versatility and flexibility of the microcell array inserts allow for unprecedented access to cellular events not possible before with live cells, increasing the quantity and quality of the data collected from a single live cell imaging experiment. The advantage of the microcell arrays means no more time consuming fixing based time course experiments. Extended imaging and tracking of sub-populations of cells or single cells over multiple generations is now possible resulting in more cells and more results in less time.

Microba

L12 388 Queen St Brisbane, Qld, 4001 AustraliaMicroba is a microbial genomics company utilising state of the art techniques to analyse the gut microbiome to develop new therapies being small molecules and peptides. Microba has developed an integrated process from sample collections through to lead identification which incorporates sophisticated machine learning techniques and leverages the worlds leading microbial database to ensure signal integrity. Microba makes these service available to clients to assist their drug discovery programs.

Metabolomics Australia

AustraliaMetabolomics Australia offers high throughput metabolomics services to all life science researchers. Services are offered through a consortium of Australian universities and research institutes with world class facilities and expertise in small molecule analysis. Metabolomics Australia can provide specific detection and quantification services and cater to complex investigations and systems wide analyses.

Macquarie University - Australian Proteome Analysis Core

Macquarie University, NSW, 2109 Australia

Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia Brain Bank

Room 723, Level 7 Brain and Mind Centre 94 Mallett Street Camperdown NSW 2050A Brain Bank is a specialised collection of human brain tissue and other tissues of the central nervous system obtained from deceased donors. The primary objective of the MS Research Australia Brain Bank is to coordinate the collection, storage and use of human post-mortem tissue from people with multiple sclerosis (MS) for use in research. MS can be a devastating disease and a common cause of neurological disability in young adults. It has a huge economic impact on People with MS, their carers and the community. Modern immunotherapy makes a difference, but there is no proven cure. We also have no useful treatment for people with progressive MS. This is why there is a need for continuing research into MS

Macquarie University

Balaclava RdMacquarie University provides services for circular dichroism, fluorescence, and an optical microcharacterisation facility.

Macquarie University

Sydney, NSW AustraliaMacquarie University provides services for circular dichroism, fluorescence, and an optical microcharacterisation facility.

Mabtech

44 Gresswell RdMabtech develops and offers ELISA kits, reagents, and T cell measurement products and services.

Melrose Health

4 Redland Drive, Mitcham Victoria 3132, AustraliaMelrose Health provides safe and effective organic food and health products.

Microbial Screening Technologies

Smithfield, NSW, AustraliaMicrobial Screening Technologies offers natural product screening and dereplication services.

Murdoch University Institute for Immunology & Infectious Diseases

Building 390, Discovery Way Murdoch, WA, 6150 AustraliaThe Institute for Immunology and Infectious Diseases offers a range of accredited clinical, laboratory and consultancy services. We are happy to talk with you about the Institute’s research approach and strategy, project design capacity and educational opportunities. The work we do at IIID delivers on our strategic objectives: * To identify the most pressing clinical questions and develop hypotheses. * To conduct clinical observational and basic science research to address these hypotheses * To translate the results into improvements in clinical care * To extend the benefits worldwide through cooperation with likeminded scientists and clinicians While achieving these strategic objectives, we also secure any intellectual property and commercial benefits to Western Australia.

MP Biomedicals

2/29 Bearing Road Seven Hills New South Wales 2147 Australia New South Wales, New South Wales, 2147 AustraliaMP Biomedicals is dedicated to giving scientists and researchers innovative, quality tools and superior service to aid them in their quest for ground-breaking discovery and turning the hope for life-changing solutions into a reality. The company manufactures and sells more than 55,000 products and is one of the only companies in the industry to offer a comprehensive line of life science, fine chemical and diagnostic products. MP Biomedicals is a world-wide corporation, with ISO-certified and FDA-approved manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the globe and headquartered in Southern California. A vast network of global distributors and satellite facilities and offices throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas assures customers top quality products delivered when and where needed. No matter how dynamic the evolution of the life science and biotechnology markets, we remain committed to supporting our customers in their efforts to make new discoveries. From basic research, through scale-up, to full-scale production and diagnostic testing, MP Biomedicals serves every industry need – from specialized areas of research to supplying large scale quantities of fine chemicals. Our customers partner with us because they want a long-time player and reliable colleague in the fields of life science research and diagnostics. MP Biomedicals will never rest in our odyssey to remain at the forefront of discovery in the ever-changing biomedical industry.

NeuClone

Australian Technology Park, National Innovation Centre, 4 Cornwallis Street Eveleigh, Sydney 2015 AustraliaNeuClone generates robust industrial cell lines to support protein expression and manufacture of biological active pharmaceutical ingredients.

NeuClone

Eveleigh, NSW, 2015 AustraliaNeuClone generates robust industrial cell lines to support protein expression and manufacture of biological active pharmaceutical ingredients.

Nucleics

VIC AustraliaNucleics offers automated DNA sequencing services, reagents, and DNA sequencing software.

New South Wales Tissue Resource Centre

NSW Tissue Resource Centre Discipline of Pathology, D06 The University of Sydney NSW 2006The New South Wales Tissue Resource Centre (NSW TRC) is dedicated to providing the highest quality human postmortem brain tissue to researchers, both nationally and internationally, who are working towards discovering the causes and consequences of different brain disorders. The NSW Tissue Resource Centre is a collaborator of the Australian Brain Bank Network, and the NSW Brain Bank Network.

NeuroSolutions

Department of Physiology, Faculty of Biomedical and Psychological Sciences, Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, Monash University Building 13F, Clayton Campus 26 Innovation Walk, Clayton Melbourne, VIC, 3800 AustraliaNeuroSolutions Ltd. was established in the UK in 2001 to provide clients with highly specialised contract electrophysiological research. Our related companies are based in Montreal, Canada (Cerebrasol Canada Ltd) and Melbourne, Australia (Pacific Discovery Services Ltd) with further laboratories in Bogor, Indonesia. The companies provide a flexible, highly skilled service with fast turnaround that meets the needs of a wide range of biopharmaceutical companies. Our large portfolio of clients, many of them repeat customers, ranging from small start-ups to multinational pharmaceutical companies provides validation of our quality, reliability, speed and discretion. How we do this; Molecular biology services Single cell rt-PCR, real time qPCR, immunohistochemistry Behavioural modelling of disease Pain models (Chung, CCI etc.), anxiety, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease In vivo electrophysiology Almost all brain regions, spinal cord, nerve fibres single fibre level, naïve and model animals In vitro slice electrophysiology Almost all brain regions, spinal cord, naïve and model animals, single/dual recordings Range of Projects; Simple fee for service: single compound contract Multiple FTE contracts: mechanism of action of a series of compounds Speciality in providing ‘proof of concept’ studies for novel chemical entities Areas; Pain; Acute, Surgical, Neuropathic, Inflammatory, Migraine, Arthritis, Diabetic Neuropathy, Chemotherapy neuropathy, Neurodegeneration; Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington's Disease Psychiatry; Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Psycosis Other; Obesity, Epilepsy, Diabetes, Channelopathies, Safety Pharmacology Example Range of Models for Pain; Chronic constriction injury Spinal nerve ligation Diabetes-induced Chemotherapy-induced Fracture pain model Carrageenan Complete Freund’s adjuvant Formalin MIA UVB Surgical pain Pain Behavioural Readouts; Von Frey hair Hargreave’s Randall-Selitto Weight-bearing Paw licking, shaking, lifting Plethysmography RotaRod test Pain Electrohphysiological Assays; In vivo: Single fibre recording, spontaneous and evoked, single neurone recording from the spinal cord and brain, all naïve and modelled animals In vitro: Compound action potential recording from isolated nerves, naïve and modelled, slice patch-clamp recordings, dissociated DRG patch-clamp recordings from naïve and modelled animals Neurodegeneration Behavioural Tests; Open field: e.g. object recognition test (ORT), Y-maze, Barnes maze Operant chambers: e.g. Alternating Lever Cyclic Ratio (ALCR), delayed match-to-position (DMTP/DNMTP) Beta-amyloid induced deficits (ADDL/APP/oligomers/aggregated) α-synuclein-induced deficits Commercially available transgenic rodent models Neurodegeneration Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single cells – extra and intracellular recording; iontophoretic, central and parenteral drug administration Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked, including LTP/LTD Peripheral nerves – compound and single fibre Telemetric and multi-electrode recording In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices, including LTP/LTD and multi-electrode recording (MEA) Ion channel pharmacology – state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines Psychiatry Behavioural Tests; Barnes maze Conflict anxiety model (high level illumination & odour) Psychiatry Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single unit recordings from hippocampus/ striatum/ substantia nigra/ dorsal raphe/ prefrontal cortex / brainstem Local field potential/population spike recording from hippocampus; CA1/DG/CA3, LTP, MEA In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices, including LTP/LTD and multi-electrode recording (MEA) Ion channel pharmacology – state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines1 Other Behavioural Tests; DIO Transgenic Mice Electrophysiological Assays; In vivo: single unit recordings from most characterised brain regions Local field potential/population spike recording from hippocampus/cortex In vitro: whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from brain slices (current/voltage/blind/visualised) Local field potentials – spontaneous and evoked extracellular recordings from brain slices Ion channel pharmacology: state-dependency, kinetics, and site of action using cultured and primary dissociated neurones, cell lines

National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT)

Level 0, UTS Vicki Sara Building (Building 7) 67 Thomas St Broadway, NSW, 2007 AustraliaAbout NIBRT The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) is a global centre of excellence for training and research in bioprocessing. World leading NIBRT principal investigators and scientific advisors, including Dr Jonathan Bones and Professor Pauline Rudd, continue to drive advancements in the field of bioprocessing analytics through pioneering and innovative research. About Us We are a team of characterisation specialists who provide detailed analysis of biologics in line with ICH Q6B and Q5E requirements. Our highly regarded scientists, renowned for their glycan analysis expertise, are situated in the award winning NIBRT facility with access to a state-of-the-art laboratory equipped with top-of-the-line instrumentation. Our Clients NIBRT Contract Research has worked with some of the Top 20 global Biopharma companies, SME’s, virtual companies and law firms. Our Experience With over ten years’ experience we have analysed a variety of proteins and glycoproteins expressed in a range of cell lines and expression systems: • Monoclonal antibodies • Gonadotropins • Fusion proteins • Erythropoietin • Interferon • Enzymes • Biosimilars Why Choose Us With extensive experience managing complex characterisation projects, our team consistently delivers to the highest standard. We provide tailored detailed reports to ensure full clarity of data and results. Creation of bespoke projects, flexibility in scheduling, quick response times. Each service is overseen by a subject matter expert project manager and dedicated highly trained analyst(s) who offer support throughout the project lifetime. Our Mission To exceed our customers’ expectations with innovative and bespoke analytical services providing detailed characterisation of their biologics during development and process change.

Novotech

Pyrmont, NSW, 2009 AustraliaNovotech offers clinical research services such as bioequivalence, clinical monitoring, data management, and regulatory affairs.

Nufarm

103-105 Pipe Road Laverton North, VIC, 3026 AustraliaNufarm Limited is one of the world's leading crop protection and specialist seeds companies. We produce products to help farmers protect their crops against damage caused by weeds, pests and disease. With manufacturing and marketing operations based in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe and the Americas, Nufarm employs more than 3,400 people, all of whom make a vital contribution to the company's reputation for quality products, innovation and first class marketing and technical support. Nufarm is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (symbol NUF) and its head office is located at Laverton in Melbourne.

Ozderm

56 Thompson Street Drummoyne, NSW, 2047 AustraliaOzderm is a research company that conducts independent trials for cosmetic products, consumer products, Over-The-Counter pharmaceutical products and devices. We help clients identify the type of study that suit their product and we design protocols to meet their specific needs. Claims substantiation Consumer trials Efficacy testing Independent assessment Subjective assessment Sensory testing Clinical photography “before and after” Objective instrumental measurements Post marketing studies Late phase clinical trials Our mission is to provide our trial participants with excellent professional care, and provide our sponsors with the highest quality research services.

ORION Laboratories

25 - 29 Delawney St Balcatta, 6021 Western AustraliaORION Laboratories offers capability in the area of non-sterile manufacturing, specializing in cream and liquid fills.

Orielton Laboratories

8 Orielton Road Smeaton Grange Sydney NSW 2567 AustraliaOrielton Laboratories manufactures products to both the cosmetic and complimentary health care industries.

Orielton Laboratories

Sydney, NSW AustraliaOrielton Laboratories manufactures products to both the cosmetic and complimentary health care industries.

Ozgene

3 Parker Place Bentley , Western Australia, 6102 AustraliaOzgene provides genetically engineered mouse model services including the following: proprietary goGermline™ embryos, consulting/planning, design, development, breeding, characterization and phenotyping of genetically engineered mouse models.

PowerPak Packaging

18 Casino Street, Welshpool 6106 Western Australia

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Clinical Trials Support

305 Grattan Street Melbourne , VIC, 3000 AustraliaClinical trials are central to Peter Mac’s commitment to finding more effective cancer treatments and improving care for people with cancer, their families and carers. ABOUT CLINICAL TRIALS SUPPORT In order to run more than 200 clinical trials every year, Peter Mac has a comprehensive network of clinical trials support in place, bringing together laboratory researchers, medical, surgical and radiation oncologists, many of whom are clinician-researchers, pathologists, pharmacists, geneticists and clinical trials nurses. Clinical trials at Peter Mac are coordinated through a dedicated clinical trials unit, whose members liaise with trial sponsors to manage ethical approval and enforce regulations, and assist in drug administration, patient monitoring and care, and the collection of trial-specific biological samples. The Centre for Biostatistics and Clinical Trials (BaCT) provides and coordinates trial management, data management and statistical support. Peter Mac’s Pharmacy team evaluates new medicines and supports and promotes their safe and ethical use, ensuring the use of new medicines complies with relevant legislative acts, standards and guidelines. They support the safety and welfare of participants, including the protection of their rights, confidentiality and privacy. Pharmacy also maintains trial-specific preparation and dispensing records, and provides information about drug interactions and contraindications to participants and their carers, medical and nursing staff, and other pharmacists. Peter Mac’s Technology Transfer Office facilitates smooth interaction between researchers and industry. Many of our clinicians and researchers are members of Cancer Trials Australia, which streamline trials of new approaches to treating cancer, including fast-tracking all studies, including first-in-human trials, through an efficient, consolidated ethical approval process. Most important of all, Peter Mac patients are at the heart of all clinical trials. As well as benefiting from access to new and improved treatments, patients are also able to directly contribute to research by participating in research studies; by sharing their thoughts, or donating blood or cancer tissue, patients can potentially help to improve outcomes for other people with cancer, everywhere. View participating in clinical research for the referral process to join a trial at Peter Mac. Peter Mac supports and recommends all patients considering participation in appropriate, ethically approved clinical trials.

Pharmaceutical Solutions

Level 9 Avaya Building 123 Epping Road North Ryde NSW 2113 AustraliaDedicated CRO in Australia and New Zealand. Over 20 years of study management, including FIH Sound business infrastructure Quality control procedures and processes Audit ready (inspected by international regulatory authorities) Established relationships with key investigators Dedicated team of therapeutic experts Partners established in other regions e.g. Asia US, EU

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics

305 Grattan Street Melbourne , VIC, 3000 AustraliaThe Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics (VCFG) at Peter Mac offers biomedical researchers Australia-wide the ability to perform novel discovery-based functional interrogation all genes in the genome, or selected boutique collections using multiple platforms including CRISPR/cas9, small interfering RNA (siRNA), micro RNA (miRNA) and long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) and short hairpin RNA (shRNA). The VCFG facilitates small scale drug screens using commercially available compounds or your own source. The VCFG has established a Reverse Phase Protein Array platform, another high throughput discovery technology that allows for rapid quantitation of the expression of native and phospho-specific protein isoforms in very small sample populations. The VCFG also offers Short Tandem Repeat (STR) profiling for cell line authentication.

PharmaSynth Pty Ltd

2806 Ipswich Road, Darra, QLD 4076 AustraliaPharmaSynth provides microbial products, vaccines, chemical synthesis and client support services.

PharmaSynth Pty Ltd

Darra, QLD, 4076 AustraliaPharmaSynth provides microbial products, vaccines, chemical synthesis and client support services.

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Centre for Biostatistics and Clinical Trials (BACT)

305 Grattan Street Melbourne , VIC, 3000 AustraliaWHAT IS BACT? Based at Peter Mac for over 40 years, the Centre for Biostatistics and Clinical Trials (BaCT) provides a full range of services to clinical trials to facilitate the advancement of patient treatments and improved outcomes for cancer patients. BaCT supports diverse clinical trials: Investigator-initiated studies Company sponsored trials Collaborative group studies WHY COLLABORATE WITH BACT? Established relationships with major oncology units across Australia and New Zealand Collaboration throughout all phases of clinical trial Efficient and low cost data capture strategies Clinical trial and data management for optimization of protocol delivery Promotes and fosters optimal integrity and highest quality across clinical trial initiatives Extensive experience with collaborative groups National leaders in the co ordination of oncology clinical research Support for grant applications SERVICES Study Design & Development Expert advice on trial design from clinical, regulatory and statistical perspectives Design of study protocols Collaborative protocol preparation Advice regarding all areas of study conduct Customised services for biostatistical and clinical trial needs Data Management eCRF design and development (21CFR Part11 compliant) Integrated Web Response Systems (IWRS) Consistency checks and data validation Data processing Medical coding User training Study Start-Up Site preparations and initiation Trial Master File (TMF) preparation & management Protocol specific training Essential document preparation including master, site-specific Patient Informed Consent Forms Statistics Study design and protocol development Interim and final statistical analyses including advanced statistical modelling Development of statistical analysis plan (SAP) Safety Review Committees Statistical reporting Randomisation and treatment allocation including restricted and adaptive methods Sample size and power calculations Assistance with manuscripts Clinical Trial Management Study progress reporting Source data verification Protocol amendments Risk management Site management Vendor management Safety reporting management Trial management committees

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Molecular Genomics Facility

305 Grattan Street Melbourne , VIC, 3000 AustraliaThe Molecular Genomics Core facility offers researchers access to state-of-the-art genomics technology platforms, providing service and expertise in conducting genomics experiments. DNA and RNA are molecules made up of a four-letter genetic code (nucleotides), a principle that is conserved across all living things. The human genome, encompassing the entire genetic code, comprises approximately three million nucleotide letters; each person has two copies, one copy inherited from each parent. Genomics technologies allow researchers to decode or count specific DNA and RNA molecules to find differences that exist between normal and diseased cells. As cancer is a genetic disease caused by mutations that are either inherited or acquired during life, genomics technologies are extremely powerful tools for discovering mutations in genes implicated in cancer. These discoveries are being translated into new diagnostic and prognostic tests, and are used to predict whether an individual will respond to a specific therapy. Such applications are enabling a more personalised treatment of cancer that increases patient survival and reduces the toxicity of cancer treatment on normal cells and tissues.

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Cell Therapies Core

305 Grattan Street Melbourne , VIC, 3000 AustraliaPeter Mac’s excellence in cell and tissue manufacture led to the commercialisation and expansion of this business – Cell Therapies – as a manufacturer of cellular therapeutics. In the VCCC building, Cell Therapies now operates the leading facility of its kind in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. Recent breakthroughs in gene therapy, immunotherapy, stem cell therapy and tissue regeneration have made Cell Therapies an internationally important business. It ensures that new therapies developed overseas can reach Australian patients and that cellular therapies developed by breakthrough Australian research can be produced to GMP grade quality and reach global markets. Cell Therapies manufactures human cells as therapeutic agents. There are two broad categories of product: Autologous: using the patient’s own cells, manipulated and returned to them. Allogeneic: using a donor’s cells, banked, manipulated and distributed to (potentially) many patients.

Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD)

Floor 9 5 Queens Road Melbourne VIC 3004 AustraliaPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.

Proteomics International

PO Box 3008 Broadway, Nedlands,Proteomics International provides protein identification and characterization, biomarker, and peptide synthesis services.

Proteomics International

QQ Block, QEII Medical Centre 6 Verdun St Nedlands, WA, 6009 United StatesProteomics International provides protein identification and characterization, biomarker, and peptide synthesis services.

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Bioinformatics Consulting Core

305 Grattan Street Melbourne , VIC, 3000 AustraliaThe Bioinformatics Consulting Core (BCC) in the Cancer Research Division at Peter Mac provides a range of services and know-how for data analysis. BIOINFORMATICS CONSULTING CORE FACILITY The aim of BCC is to provide all levels of bioinformatics support to research laboratories within Peter Mac and, more broadly, within the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC). The team of bioinformaticians and postdoctoral scientists at BCC work alongside laboratory and clinical researchers and contribute to their experimental design, grant applications and the analysis and publication of genomic and transcriptomic data. Data types analysed by the core include whole-exome sequencing, targeted re-sequencing, RNA-sequencing, ChIP-sequencing, NanoString and various types of microarray data.

Protech Consulting

PO Box 851 Eltham VIC 3095 AustraliaAgricultural and veterinary chemicals registration and regulatory consulting

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Tissue Bank

305 Grattan Street Melbourne , VIC, 3000 AustraliaThe Tissue bank is a member of the Victorian Cancer Biobank, providing researchers with ethically collected, high quality human tissue, blood and data samples for their investigative projects; it also supports clinical trials at Peter Mac by processing and storing blood and tissue specimens in accordance with trial-specific protocols. HUMAN TISSUE SAMPLES After consenting patients, Peter Mac’s Tissue bank takes annotated specimens of human tissue that are not required for pathological testing. These samples are then "snap frozen" to ensure that ice crystals do not distort the arrangement of cells, and formalin fixed and paraffin embedded (FFPE). The embedded tissue is then sliced into very thin sections. These samples are divided, labelled and grouped for use in research studies, classified by tumour type and subtype, and as cancerous or benign. MICROARRAYS The Tissue bank also prepares tissue microarrays (TMAs), by taking a core ("punching" a hole) through layers of a single FFPE tissue block, across many different sample blocks and combining the cores in one TMA block. Thin sections are then cut from this TMA block, allowing researchers to analyse for a particular gene expression from many different samples in a single experiment, quickly and efficiently. BLOOD SAMPLES Blood samples are collected from consenting donors and separated and stored as mononuclear cells, buffy coat, plasma and serum. The Tissue bank also extracts DNA from tissue and blood products, allowing researchers to look at DNA derived from tumour tissue to identify changes that occur in cancer. They can also look at germline DNA, from blood samples or normal tissue, to determine if a cancer is inherited or acquired.

Phastar

17 Bolton St Newcastle , NWS , 2300 AustraliaPHASTAR is a specialist biometrics contract research organization offering statistical consulting, clinical trial reporting, data management and data science services by providing expert consultants and managing and delivering in-house projects, FSP-style arrangements and preferred partnerships. Our number one priority is ensuring on time, quality work: every project undertaken is supervised on methodology and utilizes internal processes designed to guarantee optimal quality, inspired by 4,000 years accumulated technical experience across the company. PHASTAR is headquartered in London (UK) and North Carolina (US) and has 14 offices across five continents.

Phastar

Suite 203 17 Bolton St Newcastle, NWS, 2300 AustriaPHASTAR is a specialist biometrics contract research organization offering statistical consulting, clinical trial reporting, data management and data science services by providing expert consultants and managing and delivering in-house projects, FSP-style arrangements and preferred partnerships. Our number one priority is ensuring on time, quality work: every project undertaken is supervised on methodology and utilizes internal processes designed to guarantee optimal quality, inspired by 4,000 years accumulated technical experience across the company. PHASTAR is headquartered in London (UK) and North Carolina (US) and has 14 offices across five continents.

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Centre for Advanced Histology & Microscopy

305 Grattan Street Melbourne , VIC, 3000 AustraliaThe Centre for Advanced Histology and Microscopy (CAHM) underpins a multitude of cancer research projects and houses four core platforms: Histology. Optical Microscopy, which houses a suite of state-of-the-art high-end optical microscopes including laser scanning confocal microscopes, a multi-modal super resolution microscope and multiphoton microscope, a a dual laser multiphoton microscope, and a laser capture microscope. Electron Microscopy, inclusive of both transmission and scanning electron microscopy Image Analysis. Importantly, researchers utilising CAHM receive support, training, and advice from expert technical scientists. In addition to being head of CAHM, Associate Professor Sarah Ellis leads her own independently funded research group, investigating the role of the polarity proteins, Scribble and Par3, in the onset and progression of leukemia. RESEARCH FOCUS Polarity proteins control a multitude of cellular processes including apical-basal cell polarity, asymmetric cell division, planar cell polarity, migration, cell proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis. We are investigating the role of two different polarity proteins, Scribble and Par3, in steady-state blood production (haematopoiesis) and leukaemia. Recent studies have revealed Scribble and Par3 act in a context dependent manner as either tumour suppressors or tumour promoters in various epithelial cancers but the roles of these proteins in blood production and blood malignancies are largely unknown. Using inducible Scribble and Par3 knockout mouse models in conjunction with mouse models that mimic human leukaemia, we are investigating how loss of these proteins impacts on the proliferation and differentiation of haematopoietic stem and progenitor cells as well as their more differentiated progeny. Our studies will provide a detailed understanding of the role of Scribble and Par3 in both normal and aberrant blood production and will advance the current knowledge on the molecular mechanisms driving the onset and severity of leukemia. Understanding how these proteins impact on leukemia has the potential to lead to novel therapeutic targets.

Phylogica LTD

100 Roberts Road Subiaco, 6008 AustraliaPhylogica is a leading peptide drug discovery company that utilises proprietary Phylomer peptide libraries and screening methodologies to identify unique peptide drug candidates for its pharmaceutical and biotechnology partners.

PathWest Laboratory Medicine

J Block, Hospital Avenue QEII Medical Centre Nedlands, WA 6009 AustraliaPathWest Laboratory Medicine provides diagnostic testing in clinical pathology, food analysis, and water analysis services.

Pharma Cosmetics

Silverwater, NSW, 2128 AustraliaPharma Cosmetics offers formulation, manufacturing and packaging of cosmetic products.

Peracto

16 Hillcrest Road Devonport Tasmania 7310 AustraliaPeracto is one of Australia's largest private agricultural research organisations. The company provides a range of independent research, development and related scientific and technical services to private and corporate clients. Peracto works closely with all levels of industry from growers through to agribusiness and the agricultural chemical industry.

Pharmsky Research Pty Ltd

39 Wadhurst drive Boronia, VIC, 3155 AustraliaPharmSky Research is a contract research and drug development company located in Melbourne, Australia. Our product development team hold decades of experience in big pharma and drug delivery space. PharmSky specializes in drug development, complex formulations, analytical method development, stability testing, regulatory and clinical trial manufacturing. Claim up to 43.5% of your R&D expenditure with us through The Australian Government's Research and Development (R&D) Tax Incentive scheme. Enquire within for more information.

Queensland Clinical Trials Network

Toowong, QLD, 4066 AustraliaQueensland Clinical Trials Network focuses on clinical trials.

Q-Pharm

Herston, QLD, 4006 AustraliaQ-Pharm offers phase I clinical research services including bioanalysis, assay development/validation, pharmacokinetic analysis, data analysis, PK analysis, and bioequivalence.

QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute

300 Herston Rd Herston, Queensland, 4006 United KingdomQIMR Berghofer is one of Australia’s most successful medical research institutes. The Institute was established 70 years ago by the Queensland Government and has a rich history of scientific discoveries and translational medical research. QIMR Berghofer is focused on improving health by developing new diagnostics, better treatments and prevention strategies, specifically in the areas of cancer, infectious diseases, mental health and complex disorders. Working in close collaboration with clinicians and other research institutes, QIMR Berghofer is home to more than 600 scientists, students and support staff. The Institute has an active program for the patenting and commercialisation of technologies, including those developed in conjunction with academic or commercial collaborators. QIMR Berghofer also has facilities for the GMP manufacture of cell-based and molecular therapies, namely Q-Gen Cell Therapeutics. Also co-located within the Institute is a commercial Phase I/II clinical trials facility, Q-Pharm Pty Ltd, allowing QIMR Berghofer scientists and external clients the extended and unique capability for taking research findings from the laboratory bench to the hospital bedside.

Queensland University of Technology

2 George St Brisbane, QLD, 4000 AustraliaQUT is a major Australian university with a global outlook and a real-world focus. We are one of the nation’s fastest growing research universities and our courses are in high demand. Our graduates include eight Rhodes Scholars, five of these awarded in the past six years. We are an ambitious and collaborative institution that seeks to equip our students and graduates with the skills they'll need in an increasingly disrupted and challenged world. We are transforming the student experience we offer our 50,000 students and we place a premium on the international and national accreditation of our various professional degrees. Our internationally award-winning Science and Engineering Centre is home to The Cube, acknowledged as one of the world’s largest digital interactive learning and display spaces. We established the world's first Creative Industries Faculty, and we invest heavily in collaborative learning and interdisciplinary research environments.

Rulo

Level 2, 102 Victoria Street Carlton Melbourne, VIC, 3053 AustraliaThe problem we're solving Researchers struggle to find participants for research studies, leaving 80% of studies to run behind schedule and over budget. This is largly because they don’t have the support or marketing know-how to reach and communicate effectively to their desired audience. What we do We provide a platform to give researchers an online presence, connecting them with the community, and simplifying how they sign up and manage their participants. Rulo is a space where research studies are presented in a highly-engaging, and consumable way. Where they can be liked and shared with rich social media imagery and taglines, and where anyone can check their eligibility and sign up to participate.

RMIT University of Australia - MicroNano Research Facility

402 Swanston Street Melbourne, VIC, 3000 AustraliaThe MicroNano Research Facility (MNRF) brings together diverse and high quality multidisciplinary micro and nano technology research into a single hub. RMIT has operated cleanroom fabrication and metrology facilities for over 30 years. The new MNRF has comprehensive facilities for the design, modelling, fabrication, packaging, and characterisation of micro and nano scale devices. Nine laboratories are housed within the 1,000 square metre facility.

Randox

Suite 2/4 Charles Street, Paramatta, NSW 2150, AustraliaRandox Laboratories, through its business units, offer diagnostic services, life science reagents, biomarker testing services, antibody/drug assay development, and toxicology services.

Resonance Health Analysis Services Pty Ltd

278 Stirling Highway Claremont WA 6010 AustraliaResonance Health is an Australian healthcare company specialising in the development and delivery of non-invasive medical imaging software and services. Our products are used by clinicians in the diagnosis and management of human diseases and by pharmaceutical companies in their clinical trials. Resonance Health has gained endorsement by leading physicians worldwide for consistently providing high quality quantitative measurements essential in the management of particular diseases. Resonance Health’s dedication to scientific rigour in the development and implementation of its analysis services has enabled it to achieve regulatory clearances in the US, Europe and Australia. This extends to a philosophy of quality management in all aspects of our operations. Resonance Health proudly carries ISO 13485 certification.

Regional Laboratory Services

Benalla, VIC, 3672 AustraliaRegional Laboratory Services offers clinical chemistry assays and animal health, agriculture, and environmental testing.

Royal Children's Hospital

50 Flemington Road Parkville , Victoria , 3052 AustraliaThe mission of The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH), in conjunction with our Campus partners, is to improve the health and wellbeing of children and adolescents through leadership in healthcare, research and education. The Royal Children's Hospital is co-located with Campus partners the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute and the University of Melbourne. Together the campus partners are known as the Melbourne Children's. Led by Prof Andrew Davidson, Medical Director of the Melbourne Children's Trials Centre, research at the Melbourne Children's is a collaboration between scientists, researchers and doctors and allows research findings to be quickly put into practice. On Campus, The Royal Children's Hospital is the custodian of clinical care, The Murdoch Childrens Research Institute is the custodian of research and the University of Melbourne is the custodian of education. MCRI provides a dedicated research precinct on site and encompasses laboratory, clinical and public health focuses in its work. The University of Melbourne is the largest research University in Australia. The University has collaborated in a significant number of projects on Campus and maintains a high research profile at the Royal Children's Hospital through the research activities of the Department of Paediatrics. Our aim is to perform ground breaking translational and patient-orientated research across the breadth of paediatric disciplines. This includes: Developing innovative treatments and therapies for our patients, using our state of the art facilities Performing high quality clinical trials, both investigator and industry-led Developing novel and improved diagnostics for our patients Understanding and preventing the development and progression of childhood illnesses

Selborne Biological Services

1064 Pateena Road Longford, Tasmania, 7301, AustraliaSelborne Biological Services supplies animal blood products, protein fractions, and custom polyclonal antibody services.

University of Tasmania TIA Dairy Research Facility

Cradle Coast Campus 16-20 Mooreville Road Box 3523 BURNIE, TAS, 7320 AustraliaThe TIA Dairy Research Facility is located on Nunns Road, Elliott, in the north west of the state. The research facility consists of: 220 hectares (112 hectare milking area, 72 hectare run-off, remainder is bush, laneways, dams and buildings) 20 unit a-side swing-over herringbone dairy with automatic cup removers, automatic weighing, auto-drafting, and an Alpro milk monitoring system. The dairy yard has been expanded to hold 400 cows and laneways renovated A 300m (24hectare) centre pivot irrigator with variable rate control 40% of the milking platform is irrigated (combination of centre pivot, k-line and fixed sprinkler irrigation) 335 cows, 100 rising 2 year olds, and 120 rising 1 year olds. The breeding policy aims to achieve a herd comprised of 20% Holstein Friesian animals with the remainder cross bred animals (primarily Friesian X Jersey). Currently the herd also contains a number of Friesian x Aussie Red and Friesian x Montbeliarde x Aussie Red. Basic laboratory and drying oven facilities Research at TDRF is conducted in numerous ways ñ small plots within paddocks, comparisons between areas on the farm, or larger scale research that uses part of the farm and a herd of cows. Research is conducted mainly in the areas of: Feedbase (pasture and crops) Soils and nutrient management Water Cow health and nutrition Use of technology Ongoing, regular monitoring is carried out to provide information for farm management and to also create a database of historical information that can be used for research purposes. This monitoring includes: Daily milk production Daily climatic data Weekly pasture walks on milking area Monthly weighing of milking cows Monthly weighing of young stock Monthly condition scoring of milking cows

SydPath Central Laboratory Services

Level 6, Xavier Building, St. Vincent's Hospital, Victoria Street Darlinghurst, Sydney NSW 2010 AustraliaSydPath Central Laboratory Services offers analytical services, blood sampling, chromatography, clnical trials, medicinal chemistry, and pharmacology.

SydPath Central Laboratory Services

Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010 AustraliaSydPath Central Laboratory Services offers analytical services, blood sampling, chromatography, clnical trials, medicinal chemistry, and pharmacology.

SYNthesis MedChem Pty

Bio21 Institute 30 Flemington Rd Parkville, Victora, 3052 AustraliaAs a pre-clinical contract research organisation, SYNthesis offer a range of flexible collaborative relationships to our partners. Operating under a Fee for service (single compound or small library) or a Full Time Equivalent (Medicinal chemistry programs, Hit to lead and Lead Op) business model. SYNthesis has executed multiple research projects across many drug targets. We have a solid record of successful delivery with multiple clinical candidates from work conducted in our laboratories.

Synbiotics

38-42 Wharf Road West Ryde NSW 2114 Australia PO Box 57, West Ryde NSW 2114Synbiotics provides development, manufacture and marketing of veterinary diagnostics and services.

Synbiotics

West Ryde, NSW, 2114 AustraliaSynbiotics provides development, manufacture and marketing of veterinary diagnostics and services.

StemCore

Queensland, AustraliaStemCore, established by the Australian Stem Cell Centre, offers cell line provision and iPS cell line services.

SA Pathology

Frome Rd Adelaide, 5000 South AustraliaSA Pathology (formerly IMVS Pathology) provides a full range of clinical and laboratory services through our divisions, which include Automated Laboratories, Chemical Pathology, Cytopathology, Genetics and Molecular Pathology, Haematology, Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, and Surgical Pathology.

Synkinase

Parkville, VIC, 3052 AustraliaSynkinase offers kinase inhibitors, building blocks, and custom synthesis services.

Southern Star Research

1 Merriwa Street Gordon, NSW, 2072 Australia Southern Star Research is a leading Australian, privately owned, full-service Contract Research Organisation, specialising in providing clinical research services for pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology clinical trials. With a head office in Sydney, Australia, our operations are supported by a comprehensive framework of regionally based staff throughout Australia, New Zealand and The United Kingdom. This is complemented by our collaborative CRO partnerships in Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia, allowing Southern Star Research to successfully offer international capabilities to our clients. Southern Star Research’s experience is wide and varied across both study phase and therapeutic area, with a particular emphasis and speciality in early Phase research, built through a diverse client profile, ranging from large multinational pharmaceutical companies to small biotechnology and medical device start-ups. Along with this we also support academic, investigator initiated and real world data studies.

Sypharma

27 Healey Road Dandenong, VICTORIA 3175 AUSTRALIASypharma manufactures and markets sterile and non-sterile products under a range of brands.

Sphere Healthcare

12 Church Road, Moorebank NSW 2170 , AustraliaSphere Healthcare offers large scale contract manufacturing of therapeutic products.

SPI Pharma

PO Box 5264 Chullora, NSW 2190 AustraliaSPI Pharma provides development of drug delivery systems, anatacid actives and supplies excipients for tablets, soft gels and effervescents.

Scientec Research

71 Yarra Street Warrandyte, Victoria 3113 AustraliaScientec Research specializes in Controlled Release Drug delivery ("CRD") systems.

Scientec Research

Warrandyte, VIC, 3113 AustraliaScientec Research specializes in Controlled Release Drug delivery ("CRD") systems.

SBScibus

2 Broughton Street Camden, NSW, 2570 AustraliaSBScibus – formerly Strategic Bovine Services and Cattle Production Consultants – is a leading provider of science-based advisory, research and education services to the livestock industries. Our goal is to provide a better life for livestock, producers and consumers. A separate business division, Cows-R-Us manufactures a range of innovative nutritonal products for ruminant livestock. The company and its staff are committed to the development and commercialisation of new technology that improves the profitability and sustainability of livestock production.

Steritech

180-186 Potassium Street Narangba Queensland 4504 P.O. Box 376 Burpengary Queensland 4505 AustraliaSteritech routinely processes over 100 different products, everything from medical products to quarantine goods. At Steritech, we are proud of our quality and control systems as well as our excellent record in safety and environmental performance.

Steritech

5 Widemere Road Wetherill Park NSW 2164 P.O. Box 6632 Wetherill Park NSW 2164 AustraliaSteritech routinely processes over 100 different products, everything from medical products to quarantine goods. At Steritech, we are proud of our quality and control systems as well as our excellent record in safety and environmental performance.

Steritech

160 South Gippsland Highway Dandenong South, VIC, 3175 AustraliaSteritech routinely processes over 100 different products, everything from medical products to quarantine goods. At Steritech, we are proud of our quality and control systems as well as our excellent record in safety and environmental performance.

Sydney Brain Bank

Margarete Ainsworth Building Barker Street Randwick NSW 2031 AustraliaThe objective of the Sydney Brain Bank, based at Neuroscience Research Australia, is to provide a research resource facility for the- collection, characterisation, storage and distribution of human brain tissue for research purposes. Our primary focus is on various neurodegenerative conditions, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, and also unaffected people. Neurodegenerative disorders have a huge personal impact in addition to being an increasing economic burden to individuals and the community. There are currently no treatments for many of these disorders, and only symptomatic treatment for some. Researchers in Australia and overseas interested in investigating areas such as basic disease mechanisms, earlier and more accurate diagnosis, genetic contributions to diseases, better treatments, and ultimately, cure and prevention, can request this tissue for their research studies. To be successful in our goals, we rely on the generosity and altruism of people who donate their brains for research and also the scientists who request the tissue seeking to alleviate the suffering that neurodegenerative diseases cause.

South Australian Brain Bank

BRAIN BANKS South Australian (SA) Brain Bank Flinders University Sturt Road Bedford Park Adelaide SA 5042 Australia

The University of Queensland

Brisbane, QLD 4072 AustraliaUniversity of Queensland focuses on research in various areas.

The Australian Tissue Engineering Centre

Fitzroy, VIC, 3065 AustraliaThe Australian Tissue Engineering Centre offers toxicology, tissue growth models, stem cell services, animal models, and formulation testing.

The Children’s Cancer Centre Tissue Bank

Murdoch Childrens Research Institute The Royal Children's Hospital, Flemington Road Parkville VIC 3067 AustraliaThe Children's Cancer Centre (CCC) at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute and The Royal Children's Hospital performs research aimed at understanding the mechanisms of childhood cancer. The CCC Tissue Bank is one of only three paediatric tumour tissue banks in Australia. As the largest centre for the treatment of paediatric cancers in Australia, the campus embodies an exciting opportunity to access rare solid and liquid tumours (such as leukaemia) from paediatric patients during the course of treatment.

Toxikos

Suite G62, 63 Turner Street Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207 AustraliaToxikos offers toxicology, regulatory affairs, and health risk assessment services for risk management decision making.

Toxikos

Port Melbourne, VIC, 3207 AustraliaToxikos offers toxicology, regulatory affairs, and health risk assessment services for risk management decision making.

Total Foodtec

6 Limestone Street Darra, Queensland Australia 4076Established in 1994 by Andrew Woods and Cameron Tregaskis, Total Foodtec is a world-class supplier of dairy-based ingredients that has made total commitment to quality and customer service a foundation for its growth. Supported by impressive market knowledge, a dedicated team, flexibility, scope of product range, and the use of function-specific ingredients to create superior products, Total Foodtec is one of Australia’s largest and most respected suppliers delivering products to the food and stockfeed sectors. Our talented team’s enthusiasm, energy, industry experience, and passion are what makes us an invaluable partner for any customer. We work with efficiency and effectiveness to maintain the high standard of all our products and services, at every level of the business. Everything we do is underpinned by our promise of an unwavering total commitment to quality, customer service and support at every step of the way. Total Foodtec's dairy ingredient warehouse and head office at 6 Limestone Street, Darra, QLD. Total Foodtec guarantees the quality of products and services through fully integrated systems for sourcing, warehousing, and reliable delivery. Total Foodtec is continually changing to keep up with the market and has invested heavily in the dairy industry, boasting impressive warehouses in every state, cheese production plant, powder blending facility, stockfeed blending plant, and a nationwide delivery network to ensure unsurpassed responsiveness and reliability. The company also has an expansive exporting logistics network for its ingredients and manufactured products. 2013 sees further expansion with the commissioning of our new Cheese Plant at Darra and establishment of Melbourne Office.

Tissue Therapies

179 Turbot Street Brisbane City, QLD, 4000 AustraliaTissue Therapies Limited is a biomedical technology company that is developing significantly more effective treatments for acute and chronic wound healing applications, including chronic skin ulcers and burns.

TBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL)

Level 18, 101 Collins St., Melbourne VIC, 3000 AustraliaTBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL) is a global molecular diagnostics company dedicated to the development, manufacture and marketing of molecular diagnotics kits, instruments and services. Company Structure Picture TDL is comprised of the following subsidiaries: Texas BioGene Inc. in USA, TBG Biotechnology Corp. in Taiwan, and TBG Biotechnology Inc. (Xiamen) in China. Each subsidiary is focused on different business or functions. Texas Biogene Inc. is the research center, TBG Biotechnology Corp. Taiwan, is focused on Transplant and Transfusion Genetics, and TBG Biotechnology (Xiamen) Inc. is focused on Infectious Disease, and Oncology. History Texas BioGene Inc (TBG) was founded in Texas, USA (1999), TBG is one of the leading providers of quality Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Typing Kits for immune matching of bone marrow, cord blood and organ transplants. TBG has instituted a comprehensive quality control system and is an ISO13485 accredited manufacturer of medical devices including CE approved typing kits. Currently TBG has R&D, manufacturing and sales operations in the US, Taiwan and China. In 2006, Medigen Biotechnology Corp. acquired TBG for its potential in PCR diagnostics and to complement its existing drug development pipelines. To take advantage of the rapid growth in IVD market within China, Medigen Biotechnology Corp. acquired Shanghai Haoyuan in 2007 for its diagnostic distribution channels and licenses in China. By combining the strengths in TBG and Haoyuan, a new generation of Blood Screening was developed and succesfully marketed in China. In 2012, Perkin Elmer decided to acquired Shanghai Haoyuan from Medigen Biotechnology Corp. as a way to enter the Blood Screening business in China. While China is still a rapidlly growing market for IVD, TBG re-established the TBG Biotechnoloyg Inc. (Xiamen) as its new China subsidiary. The intent of this China facility is to go beyond the current scope of products and to become a major IVD leader in China. In early 2016, Progen Pharmaceiticals has decided to acquire TBG I. and rename the company to TBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL).

TBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL)

2806 ipswich Rd., Darra Queensland 4076, AustraliaTBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL) is a global molecular diagnostics company dedicated to the development, manufacture and marketing of molecular diagnotics kits, instruments and services. Company Structure Picture TDL is comprised of the following subsidiaries: Texas BioGene Inc. in USA, TBG Biotechnology Corp. in Taiwan, and TBG Biotechnology Inc. (Xiamen) in China. Each subsidiary is focused on different business or functions. Texas Biogene Inc. is the research center, TBG Biotechnology Corp. Taiwan, is focused on Transplant and Transfusion Genetics, and TBG Biotechnology (Xiamen) Inc. is focused on Infectious Disease, and Oncology. History Texas BioGene Inc (TBG) was founded in Texas, USA (1999), TBG is one of the leading providers of quality Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Typing Kits for immune matching of bone marrow, cord blood and organ transplants. TBG has instituted a comprehensive quality control system and is an ISO13485 accredited manufacturer of medical devices including CE approved typing kits. Currently TBG has R&D, manufacturing and sales operations in the US, Taiwan and China. In 2006, Medigen Biotechnology Corp. acquired TBG for its potential in PCR diagnostics and to complement its existing drug development pipelines. To take advantage of the rapid growth in IVD market within China, Medigen Biotechnology Corp. acquired Shanghai Haoyuan in 2007 for its diagnostic distribution channels and licenses in China. By combining the strengths in TBG and Haoyuan, a new generation of Blood Screening was developed and succesfully marketed in China. In 2012, Perkin Elmer decided to acquired Shanghai Haoyuan from Medigen Biotechnology Corp. as a way to enter the Blood Screening business in China. While China is still a rapidlly growing market for IVD, TBG re-established the TBG Biotechnoloyg Inc. (Xiamen) as its new China subsidiary. The intent of this China facility is to go beyond the current scope of products and to become a major IVD leader in China. In early 2016, Progen Pharmaceiticals has decided to acquire TBG I. and rename the company to TBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL).

TBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL)

Unit 6, 138 Juliette Street Greenslopes,QLD 4120 AustraliaTBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL) is a global molecular diagnostics company dedicated to the development, manufacture and marketing of molecular diagnotics kits, instruments and services. Company Structure Picture TDL is comprised of the following subsidiaries: Texas BioGene Inc. in USA, TBG Biotechnology Corp. in Taiwan, and TBG Biotechnology Inc. (Xiamen) in China. Each subsidiary is focused on different business or functions. Texas Biogene Inc. is the research center, TBG Biotechnology Corp. Taiwan, is focused on Transplant and Transfusion Genetics, and TBG Biotechnology (Xiamen) Inc. is focused on Infectious Disease, and Oncology. History Texas BioGene Inc (TBG) was founded in Texas, USA (1999), TBG is one of the leading providers of quality Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Typing Kits for immune matching of bone marrow, cord blood and organ transplants. TBG has instituted a comprehensive quality control system and is an ISO13485 accredited manufacturer of medical devices including CE approved typing kits. Currently TBG has R&D, manufacturing and sales operations in the US, Taiwan and China. In 2006, Medigen Biotechnology Corp. acquired TBG for its potential in PCR diagnostics and to complement its existing drug development pipelines. To take advantage of the rapid growth in IVD market within China, Medigen Biotechnology Corp. acquired Shanghai Haoyuan in 2007 for its diagnostic distribution channels and licenses in China. By combining the strengths in TBG and Haoyuan, a new generation of Blood Screening was developed and succesfully marketed in China. In 2012, Perkin Elmer decided to acquired Shanghai Haoyuan from Medigen Biotechnology Corp. as a way to enter the Blood Screening business in China. While China is still a rapidlly growing market for IVD, TBG re-established the TBG Biotechnoloyg Inc. (Xiamen) as its new China subsidiary. The intent of this China facility is to go beyond the current scope of products and to become a major IVD leader in China. In early 2016, Progen Pharmaceiticals has decided to acquire TBG I. and rename the company to TBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL).

Theorem Clinical Research

13-15 Lyon Park Road North Ryde, NSW 2113 AustraliaTheorem Clinical Research offers full service clinical research solutions including DM, biostatistics, programming including CDISC, PM, clinical operations, and regulatory affairs.

TGR BioSciences

31 Dalgleish StreetTGR BioSciences is experienced in cell biology, biochemistry and immunoassay design while offering technical skills in the use of cellular models.

Triticarte

1 Wilf Crane Crescent, Yarralumla, ACT 2600 AustraliaTriticarte offers whole genome profiling and DNA extraction services for wheat and barley.

The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI)

1 Royal Parade Parkville, VIC, 3052 AustraliaThe Walter and Eliza Hall Institute is the oldest research institute in Australia and is celebrating its centenary in 2015. Our affiliation with The Royal Melbourne Hospital links research outcomes with clinical practice to accelerate discoveries for health and disease. We offer postgraduate training as the Department of Medical Biology of The University of Melbourne. Scientists undertake research in a range of areas, preventing and treating diseases including breast, ovarian and blood cancers, type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, coeliac disease and malaria. More than 60 clinical trials based on discoveries made at the institute are underway. These include trials of vaccines for type 1 diabetes, coeliac disease and malaria, and trials of a new class of anti-cancer agents for treating patients with leukaemia. Mission Mastery of disease through discovery. Vision To be an innovative medical research institute that engages and enriches society and improves health outcomes through discovery, translation and education.

University of Tasmania IMAS Marine Biosecurity Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUDedicated to research on biology and ecology of introduced species, this lab offers the opportunity to broaden general knowledge on biological invasions the threat to marine and coastal ecosystems. Its facilities include a drying oven and muffle furnace, a fume extraction system, stereo and optical microscopes, an underwater digital camera, fridge and freezer. The lab has been recently used for research on community ecology and space utilisation of native and introduced fouling communities and research on biotic and abiotic factors determining distribution and abundance of Petrolisthes elongates in Tasmania.

University of Melbourne

801 Swanston St University of Melbourne VIC 3010, AustraliaUniversity of Melbourne focuses on research.

University of Melbourne

Melbourne, VIC AustraliaUniversity of Melbourne focuses on research.

University of Tasmania Central Science Laboratory

Chemistry Building Hobart, Tasmania, 7001 AustraliaThe Central Science Laboratory (CSL) is a central UTAS service that provides academic and technical advice, support, collaboration and teaching in atomic and molecular analysis and several different forms of microscopy. A host of research level analytical instruments are housed in the CSL, where a wide variety of methodologies are utilised. We also provide high level electronic and mechanical engineering workshop support, ranging from design, coding and construction of unique analytical equipment through to general electronic and mechanical repairs. The CSL also provides Federal organisations, State Government and local industries and communities with access to equipment and scientific services that is not otherwise available in Tasmania.

University of Tasmania IMAS Molecular Biology Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUSupporting a wide range of molecular-based research this lab is used for major projects on aquatic animal health and disease, aquaculture nutrition and metabolism, algal and microbial ecology, detection and tracking of introduced and harmful marine pests, fisheries genetics and biology. It is equipped for the analysis of PCR-based molecular markers, DNA-hybridisation and DNA/RNA extraction, quantification and electrophoresis, and includes a gel-imaging and analysis suite.

University of Technology, Sydney Chemical Technologies Research Facility

Kuring-gai campus Eton Road Lindfield NSW 2070UTS Science is a research intensive faculty with a growing reputation for its research quality and impact across a wide range of disciplines.

University of Tasmania IMAS Fish Health Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUThe fish health lab is dedicated to aquatic animal health research and disease investigations. It provides users with specialized and automated histology equipment for all their pathology or health research needs. The laboratory offers an automated Shandon Duplex tissue processor, Shandon Histocentres II and III, two Microm HM340 microtomes, a Hestion TEC29000 Histo-Trimmer and an automated Shandon Linistain GLX. Microscopes combined with digital cameras are also available for image analysis purposes.

University of Tasmania IMAS Seafood Quality & Safety Laboratories

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUThis unique combination of facilities offers a research space not available at any other university in Australia. It offers a variety of analyses, ranging from basic physical and chemical assessments to product development, shelf-life determination and preservation technology. Recent research projects include the study of the shelf-life optimisation of various species of Australian seafood, and modified atmosphere packaging using a range of different gas mixtures.

University of Tasmania IMAS Experimental Aquaculture Facility

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUA modern Experimental Aquaculture Facility (EAF) for directed, commercially-relevant research, is fundamental to ensure the economic and environmental sustainability of these important industries for Tasmania, Australia and internationally – now and into the future. The EAF is: advancing understanding of Tasmania’s aquaculture industries by addressing issues of animal physiology, genetics, health, nutrition, welfare and production, environmental management, food safety and climate change impacts facilitating the economic, social and environmental sustainability of Tasmania’s aquatic based resource industries, increasing research, innovation and service capacity in coastal communities enabling production, health and environmental research to co-exist, enhancing collaboration and facilitating more innovative research over a broad range of issues and potential problems, hence meeting the industry’s strategic needs and agenda providing a hub to enable the University and industry to focus its efforts, and build regional and national seafood research and innovation capacity providing new specialist research capabilities to support the growth and sustainability of aquaculture in Tasmania, specifically the salmon and oyster sectors, as well as climate research capabilities for both the fisheries and aquaculture sectors

University of Tasmania IMAS Aquaculture Nutrition Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUThis IMAS laboratory supports research to improve sustainable aquafeed production and refine nutritional requirements of tropical and temperature finfish and invertebrates. Processing (freeze drier) and analytical equipment (kjeldahl protein, soxhlett lipid, ash furnace and bomb calorimeter) provide all major chemical analyses of ingredients, feeds and tissues. An on-site x-ray and radioactive laboratory allow detailed studies of protein synthesis and other growth processes. The associated Feed Production Laboratory houses a hammermill to prepare ingredients and Californian pellet mill and commercial pasta maker to produce pressed pellets for different fish sizes and species. Several tank systems are used, the largest of which consists of 28 conical 360 litre tanks for rainbow trout and Atlantic salmon. The systems are fitted with computer controlled self-feeders and cameras to allow fish feeding patterns and behaviour to be recorded.

University of Tasmania Human Interface Technology Laboratory Australia (HITLab AU)

C/- School of Engineering and ICT Locked Bag 1359 Launceston, Tasmania, 7250 AustraliaThe HITLab Australia (HITLab AU) is a specialist human interface technology teaching and research centre developed by the University of Tasmania within the School of Engineering and ICT. Established in 2008, it partners with the world-renowned HITLab US (http://www.hitl.washington.edu) based at the University of Washington in Seattle and has links with the HITLab NZ (http://www.hitlabnz.org) based at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. A primary objective of HITLab Australia is to serve as an economic engine for Tasmania (and Australia as a whole) by tapping the enormous talent at UTAS and working on projects that empower people by building advanced interface technology that unlocks and links minds. HITLab AU offers of a human interface technology units in the Bachelor of ICT; post-graduate coursework, honours and research higher degree programs. We partner with local, national and international business and industry in the research and development of projects with strong commercial potential. Locally within the University of Tasmania we are exploring the development of research and teaching collaborations across a range of disciplines including Architecture, Visual & Performing Arts, Nursing and Health Science, Engineering, and with the Australian Maritime College.

University of Tasmania IMAS Chemistry Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUIMAS analytical facilities include five positive pressure clean rooms for marine geochemistry analyses, a carbon chemistry laboratory, and general chemistry laboratory. There are also stable isotope mass spectrometry and ion chromatography instruments.

University of Tasmania Sense-T

Private Bag 113 Hobart, Tasmania, 7001 AustraliaSense-T was a first mover in the internet of things and big data in Tasmania. Over the past five years we have pioneered data led translational research and innovation in the areas of agriculture, logistics, environmental management and data science, as well as sensor manufacturing. We have built a state of the art spatio-temporal data platform and are building an advanced sensor manufacturing facility. This capability allows real time information delivery of relevant data that was previously inaccessible. Tasmania is now ideally placed to offer end to end IOT and data solutions. By creating a digital view of the state, we are creating tools to solve practical problems and make better decisions. The environment we have created in Tasmania has enabled us to trial and test new ideas, business models, and importantly, create demonstrated impact and results through our data driven projects. We are now in a position to transfer this cutting edge research and innovation into the next stage of realisation. We want to keep this momentum growing and delivering even greater impact for industry, government and community past 2016. Sense-T is committed to making global networks, leading expertise and commercialisation pathways accessible to those who work with us. With more than twenty research projects due for completion at the end of this year, we are moving into the next exciting phase of demand driven research and innovation.

UNSW School of Medical Sciences

Wallace Wurth BuildingUniversity of New South Wales (UNSW) School of Medical Sciences focuses on research and offers its facilities to support studies in pathology, pharmacology, and physiology.

University of Tasmania IMAS Algal Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUWe have facilities containing seven Climate Controlled rooms (CT-rooms, 0-30°C) for algal culture and experimentation. A specialized CT-room is available for experimentation on atmospheric gas mediated changes in oceanic pH. This research laboratory is certified Quarantine Approved Premises subject to strict Federal Government quarantine protocols (QC 5.2).

University of Tasmania IMAS Endocrine Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUThis lab is currently the only aquatic animal focused facility in Australia that maintains both radioimmunoassay (RIA) and enzyme-linked immunosorbent-assay (ELISA) both radioimmunoassay (RIA) and enzyme-linked immunosorbent-assay (ELISA) technology for the measurement of various hormones in fish. Research projects conducted in this facility are industry focused and aim to better understand reproductive development, stress physiology and growth performance of cultured fish species. These techniques are being applied to study environmental control of reproduction in fish, impacts of husbandry and environmental stressors in aquaculture, photoperiod manipulation for improved aquaculture production, harvest impacts on post-harvest flesh quality, fish behaviour and fish welfare.

Unilife

Suite 3, Level 11, 1 Chifley Square, Sydney 2000 NSW AustraliaUnilife is a developer and commercial supplier of advanced drug delivery systems.

University of Tasmania IMAS Wet Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUAs our facilities are structured for research into marine biodiversity and ecology, this laboratory includes CT-rooms for maintaining live zooplankton cultures, as well as wet and dry processing areas. The research laboratory is certified Quarantine Approved Premises subject to strict Federal Government quarantine protocols (QC 5.1).

University of South Australia Future Industries Institute

Building X Mawson Lakes Campus Mawson Lakes Boulevard Mawson Lakes SA 5095The University of South Australia’s (UniSA) new multi-million dollar Future Industries Institute (FII) focuses on building knowledge and capacity in core future industries. The Institute combines and builds from the established research capability and reputation of the former Ian Wark Research Institute, Mawson Institute and Centre for Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation, and extends into other complementary research capabilities within the University's Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment and across the university. Through national and global research partnerships in new technologies, such as our academic partnership with University College London (UCL), the Institute undertakes global research inspired by real-world issues. Based at the Mawson Lakes Campus, the FII further develops the University’s internationally competitive research capacity across four key strands: Minerals and resources engineering Energy and advanced manufacturing Environmental science and engineering Biomaterials engineering and nanomedicine We aim to establish a vibrant research environment with a strong external orientation and active international and national links, both academic and industrial.

University of Tasmania IMAS Wild Fish

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUOur wild fish facilities including raw seawater tank systems for rock lobsters, sharks, octopus, and other marine animals.

University of Western Australia

35 Stirling Hwy Crawley , WA, 6009 AustraliaThe University of Western Australia (UWA) is one of Australia’s leading universities and has an international reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. It has almost 24,000 students enrolled across nine faculties. A model of broad undergraduate studies followed by postgraduate professional qualifications is designed to produce well-rounded graduates, as well as provide additional entry opportunities for a wider range of students. As Western Australia's premier university, UWA was equal first overall in Australia based on key measures in the Good Universities Guide 2014 including student demand, graduate outcomes, graduate starting salaries, getting a full-time job and research grants. The University aims to be counted among the top 50 universities in the world by 2050, and is currently ranked 88th on the Shanghai Jiao-Tong University Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).

University of Melbourne Tolcos Lab

801 Swanston StUniversity of Melbourne Tolcos Lab focuses on research in perinatal brain injury.

University of Tasmania IMAS Marine Ecology Laboratory

20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, AUThis unique combination of facilities offers a research space not available at any other university in Australia. It offers a variety of analyses, ranging from basic physical and chemical assessments to product development, shelf-life determination and preservation technology. Recent research projects include the study of the shelf-life optimisation of various species of Australian seafood, and modified atmosphere packaging using a range of different gas mixtures.

Veterinary Health Research

Trevenna Road Armidale West, NSW 2350 AustraliaVHR is an Australian based animal health Research & Development consultancy business comprising 2 divisions - veterinary chemical Research & Development and a disease Diagnostic Laboratory. Click on the ‘Our Services’ button or use the following contacts for more information.

Venom Supplies

PO Box 547 Tanunda, 5352 South AustraliaVenom Supplies provides toxins from snakes, spiders, and bees.

VivoPharm

240 Plenty Road 240 Plenty Road Bundoora, VIC, 3083 AustraliavivoPharm provides proprietary preclinical oncology and immuno-oncology services, offering integrated service in different disease areas to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. vivoPharm is leading in orthotopic and metastases tumor models and offers whole body imaging. Furthermore, vivoPharm provides all services including toxicology testing and bionalytical analysis to GLP. Our team of highly trained specialists provides advice and optimized study design to our clients.

VETPATH

39 Epsom Avenue Ascot, 6104 Western AustraliaVETPATH provides a comprehensive diagnostic service for all veterinary species including companion, production and performance animals, as well as providing diagnostic services for indigenous wildlife species (including fish and marine mammals), animals in zoological collections, research projects and for export testing.

VETPATH

Ascot, WA, 6104 AustraliaVETPATH provides a comprehensive diagnostic service for all veterinary species including companion, production and performance animals, as well as providing diagnostic services for indigenous wildlife species (including fish and marine mammals), animals in zoological collections, research projects and for export testing.

Westmead Paediatric Tumour Bank

Tumour Bank Children's Cancer Research Unit The Children's Hospital at Westmead Locked Bag 4001, Westmead 2145Operating within The Children's Hospital at Westmead, the Tumour Bank coordinates the collection, storage and distribution of a large variety of paediatric biospecimens including malignant tumours, non-malignant tissue, bone marrow aspirates and peripheral blood samples. Working in collaboration with pathologists, medical oncologists, surgeons and other hospital personnel, specially trained staff obtain patient consent, collect samples and assemble clinical information about each donor and their corresponding specimens. The Tumour Bank collects samples for both retrospective and prospective studies, as well as samples for specific clinical trials.

Wholesale Group International Pyt Ltd.

Level 1, 530 Little Collins Street, Melbourne (CBD), VIC 3000 AUSTRALIAWholesale Group International (WGI) specializes in the supply of food technology and packaging product solutions. Through an associated business, (Total Scientific Solutions), WGI delivers nutritional, food technology and packaging consultancy to small, medium and multinational food manufacturers, and food distributors in Australia and also Japan. We specialize in the implementation of oxygen absorbers and an assortment of other absorbers (eg. CO2 releasing/ absorbing) in food products to extend shelf-life; Superior quality to traditional oxygen-absorbing satchel, reducing preservative use in food products. Our customers have specific quality assurance requirements (eg., WQA, BRC, ISO22000: HACCP, SQF2000) We can also assist in the selection of scientific testing and laboratory equipment for your food company in-house testing lab.

Wholesale Group International Pyt Ltd.

Level 1, 530 Little Collins Street, Melbourne (CBD), , VIC 3000 AustraliaWholesale Group International (WGI) specializes in the supply of food technology and packaging product solutions. Through an associated business, (Total Scientific Solutions), WGI delivers nutritional, food technology and packaging consultancy to small, medium and multinational food manufacturers, and food distributors in Australia and also Japan. We specialize in the implementation of oxygen absorbers and an assortment of other absorbers (eg. CO2 releasing/ absorbing) in food products to extend shelf-life; Superior quality to traditional oxygen-absorbing satchel, reducing preservative use in food products. Our customers have specific quality assurance requirements (eg., WQA, BRC, ISO22000: HACCP, SQF2000) We can also assist in the selection of scientific testing and laboratory equipment for your food company in-house testing lab.

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360biolabs

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