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Biomedical Research Translation

To assist researchers conducting research to industry translation of their work


"Research translation is the process of moving research ideas from the lab to the clinic, ensuring new medical discoveries are part of the clinical practice of GPs, specialists and hospitals." (Australia. Dept of Health, 2018. Research translation.)

The University of Melbourne has invested in various products to assist researchers seeking commercialisation avenues for their research.   This guide will introduce you to products and services at the University in this area.

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