Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) is committed to being a
major contributor to world knowledge in the fields of human and
animal biology, health and medicine through excellence in fundamental
research, research applications, and graduate education.
one of Australasia's leading research institutes, IMB integrates
the full spectrum of molecular bioscience research from gene discovery
to molecular applications. It undertakes strategic and applied biomedical
and biological research using in silico, in vitro and in vivo approaches.
links leading-edge facilities with state-of-the-art research in:
and Developmental Biology
Biology and Chemistry
- Public Policy
better understand human and animal biology, and to develop new pharmaceuticals,
diagnostics, nanotechnologies and disease therapies. The IMB is
an innovative joint research and development initiative of The University
of Queensland, the Queensland Government and the Commonwealth Government.
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