Our research

Research activities

Linking research to positive health outcomes

From the molecular to the global, UniSA's health researchers are involved in a diverse range of research activities across a broad spectrum of health and medical sciences, with a particular emphasis on six  areas of strength:

Cancer Population Health Healthy Lifestyles Pharmaceuticals Neuroscience & Mental Health Aboriginal Health

Working within and across these themes are around 30 different concentrations producing innovative research linked to better health; areas of expertise are diverse and include allied health, musculoskeletal health and bone growth, cell biology, the early origins of adult health, medicines and vaccines development, health economics, microbiology, nursing and midwifery, mental health and suicide prevention, exercise and activity, nutrition, health and the environment, neuroscience, public health, food science, medicines policy, epidemiology, genetics and genomics, chemistry, therapeutics, pharmaceutical science and education, Aboriginal health and child protection, patient safety, health workforce and supportive care in cancer.  While each area has its own unique aims and projects, the Sansom brings them together to address broad health agenda centred around four key priorities:

  • Intervening early to prevent illness
  • Improving health systems and services
  • Creating more effective therapies
  • Advancing health equality 

Clinical Trial Facility

Clinical Trial Facility

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Institute's Clinical Trial Facility.

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Research Concentrations

Our research is making a tangible impact on the future. Find out how you can help.

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