New lab up for the fight
A new biosecure immunology lab heralds a new era in the battle against infectious disease.
Discovery signals malaria downfall
Deakin researchers have discovered a gateway that could lead to the eradication of malaria.
Making a difference
Neil Archbold Memorial travel awards presented to PhD researchers.
- About us
- Our team
- Our Research
- Cancer Theme
- Molecular Bioscience Theme
- Metabolic and Musculoskeletal Medicine Theme
- Infection and Immunity Theme
- Metabolic Research Unit
- Molecular Medicine Research Facility
- Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
- Barwon Health TTR Building
- CSIRO (AAHL)
- Animal Phenomics Facility
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Centre for Molecular & Medical Research
School of Medicine
Locked Bag 20000
Geelong Victoria 3220
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
The Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), located on Deakin's Burwood Campus, conducts research of the highest international standard in the area of molecular and cellular biology to solve both fundamental and practical problems relating to health and the environment. The Centre provides an outstanding research environment for PhD students and enriches the undergraduate teaching programs.
The CCMB provides advanced facilities and instrumentation to support a broad research agenda across molecular, cell, animal and plant biology.
- PC2 labs
- FACS analysis
- Atomic absorption spectroscopy
- Confocal microscopy
- Fluorescence microscopy
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