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Links and partnerships

The Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science has extensive links with industry, government, businesses and other universities locally, nationally and internationally and is always seeking to foster new partnerships.

International

  • The Parkinson’s Centre (ParkC) has a partnership with the Cambridge Centre for Brain Repair which was established by Dr Roger Barker, who is a member of ParkC.

National

  • The Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research are members of the Western Australian Marine Sciences Institution (WAMSI) which carries out research into climate change, biodiversity, the iconic Ningaloo Marine Park, sustainable fisheries, biotechnology and oceanography, and has overseen the development of a marine bioresources library that will store thousands of marine samples collected by researchers.
  • Professor S. Caroline Taylor AM, Head of the Social Justice Research Centre has a major ARC linkage grant with Victoria Police and the University of Tasmania investigating sexual assault and how victims of these assaults have been handled by police in Victoria.

Local

  • The Centre for Alzheimer’s Disease Research collaborate with The McCusker Foundation for Alzheimer’s Disease Research Inc to develop effective ways to treat Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • The Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research are members of the Western Australian Marine Sciences Institution (WAMSI) which carries out research into climate change, biodiversity, the iconic Ningaloo Marine Park, sustainable fisheries, biotechnology and oceanography, and has overseen the development of a marine bioresources library that will store thousands of marine samples collected by researchers.
  • The Parkinson’s Centre (ParkC) has a partnership with The Neurofinity Surgical NeuroDiscovery Group whereby they are establishing a laboratory program of translational research in which surgical delivery of modified stem cells can be optimised and the differentiation of stem cells into functioning neurons can be assessed in animal models of Parkinson's disease.
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