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Find out the major causes of serious injuries on Victorian roads
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Visualise the burden of unintentional injuries through VISU's interactive online tool, now with new and improved features.
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We’re one of the world’s most comprehensive injury prevention research institutions. Our research is extensive but our goal is quite simple: we strive to make people safer.
Everyday we're striving to provide the research-based solutions that make Australians safer across all modes of transport.
By understanding people's weaknesses and limitations, we help reduce the chance of them being hurt on the job.
We bring scientific rigour into home, sport and leisure settings to prevent injury. We're also making communities resilient in the face of disaster.
Join our team and became part of the largest accident and injury prevention research facility in Australia and one of the most respected institutes of its kind in the world.
An injury-free society won't happen by itself. Our policy-makers need real-world, evidence-based data to point them in the right direction. That's what we're here for.
We're offering a graduate course dedicated to Road Safety. Apply now to discover the knowledge, tools and frameworks to implement innovative responses to road safety challenges.
MUARC is incredibly proud to congratulate Professor Judith Charlton who was recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday honours.
New findings from MUARC show that the expansion in roadside drug testing in Victoria has saved more than 30 lives and almost 80 serious injuries on the state’s roads every year.
Professor Brian Fildes will retire from MUARC at the end of the year after a tenure spanning more than three decades. However, he won't be entirely lost to the Centre, as he has gladly accepted a position as Emeritus Professor.
The Injury Atlas of Victoria has been revamped with new-and-improved features. VISU Research Officer, Dr Himalaya Singh, explains its value, how the concept came about and the new features of Version 2.0.