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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.

Molecular Medicine Research Facility

Overview

The state-of-the-art Molecular Medicine Research Facility, located on Deakin's Waurn Ponds Campus, was opened in 2010 as a core component of a $15M Federal Government initiative. It incorporates a suite of PC2 experimental and support laboratories for high-end molecular and cellular analyses, especially in the areas of infectious disease, immunology and cancer.

Capabilities

The MMRF has a comprehensive suite of equipment for cell and molecular biology, microscopy and biochemistry to investigate the molecular basis of cancer, immunology and host-pathogen interactions and new approaches to therapy.

Key Infrastructure

  • PC2 labs
  • Tissue culture
  • FACS analysis
  • Confocal microscopy
  • Fluorescence microscopy

Deakin University acknowledges the traditional land owners of present campus sites.

27th February 2015