The Department of Allergy, Immunology and Respiratory Medicine (AIRMed) has a number of major research areas & laboratories.
|Allergy Laboratory||Cystic Fibrosis and Health Information|
The research in the Department of AIRMed encompasses predominantly programs in:
|Allergic diseases||Sleep apnoea and sleep disordered breathing|
|Severe asthma||Cystic fibrosis|
|Bronchiectasis||Adult and paediatric lung transplantation programs|
|Interstitial lung diseases||Pulmonary vascular disease|
|Primary and acquired immune deficiencies|
The AIRMed Department's research questions are clinically driven, with the goal of improving clinical care and treatment. The safe, rapid, informed translation of laboratory based research into clinical practice is a priority. AIRMed's co-location with the Alfred Hospital, the Central Clinical School Departments of Immunology and Medicine, the Baker and the Burnet research institutes enables extensive collaboration between all these groups.
AIRMed's very active clinical and biomedical research programs result in considerable success in competitive NHMRC, ARC, Cooperative Research Centre and philanthropic research funding. See Grants.
PhD students and research
Enquiries are welcome. We invite you to contact researchers directly to discuss possible projects. For further information about the School's postgraduate programs and students, see links: