The Institute for Immunology and Infectious Diseases
1. Mutual respect and trust
2. Excellence in clinical care and science
3. Adaptability, resourcefulness and ingenuity
We will use the power of science to transform clinical care, reduce the burden of disease and bring hope to patients.
Our mission is to pursue excellence and productivity in health by undertaking world-class clinical and research programs with the best clinicians, researchers, facilities and services. We focus on clinical practice altering research in high-needs patients. To support these programs, we actively pursue wide collaborations, practical outcomes and the creation of an enduring legacy.
The work we do at the Institute for Immunology and Infectious Diseases delivers on our strategic objectives:
- We provide routine clinical and diagnostic services and identify the most pressing clinical questions. We then conduct clinical observational research to address these questions and generate hypotheses to be tested in the laboratory.
- We translate the results of this research into clinical trials and improvements in clinical care and diagnostic services.
- We work to extend the research and benefits to clinical care and diagnostics around the world by collaborating with national and international institutes.
While achieving these strategic objectives, we also secure any intellectual property and commercial benefits to Western Australia.
Learn more about our research, our partnerships or recent developments in our work.
Who we are
Welcome to the Institute for Immunology and Infectious Diseases.
The Institute was established in 2006 as a result of collaboration between Murdoch University and the Department of Health Western Australia to provide care for high-needs patients wih chronic diseases.
Our institute is dedicated to bringing the best minds together, to provide world class clinical services and diagnostic practices. We produce an unparalleled service within the industry and invite you to see how we achieve this.
Do you need information about Ebola?
Please contact The Communicable Disease Control Directorate
Office Hours: 08 93884801
After Hours: 08 9328 0553
For further information please visit our page about Ebolavirus and MERS