At Calvary Mater Newcastle, the pursuit of scientific excellence takes an interdisciplinary approach. Whilst our research can be categorised into core areas, our researchers adopt a cooperative and collaborative spirit, allowing a stimulating and effective research culture to be embraced by all.
In addition to the vast number of clinical trials available to patients throughout the hospital, there are also dedicated research laboratories located in the departments of Medical Oncology, Haematology and Toxicology, as well as a state-of-the-art dosimetry and computing facility located in Radiation Oncology / Medical Physics. The following types and core areas of research are conducted at Calvary Mater Newcastle:
- Clinical Trials
- Laboratory Research
- Survey / Observational Research
- Dissemination / Implementation Research
- Diagnostics / Screening
- Health Promotion
- Health Services Research
- Therapy and Treatment
- Population Health
- Social needs
Please click on the adjacent links to view further information about the research being conducted in each of our departments. Additionally you may search information pertaining to the Research Committee, including membership and grant administration under the Grants and Scholarships page.