Clinical trials at The Alfred
Clinical research is central to patient care at The Alfred, where leading practitioners who are also leading researchers care for the state’s most complex patients through its 14 statewide services.
Leading the way in clinical trials
We are committed to partnering with industries and organisations specialising in clinical trials and research.
To achieve this, we have built strong relationships with universities and medical research institutes in The Alfred precinct, streamlined ethics and contracting processes and built leading technology platforms.
We offer the opportunity to progress from first-in-human to first-in-disease at the one site.
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Clinical trials expertise
- Proven expertise in clinical trials
- Effective ethics approvals
- Efficient contracting
- The right technology platforms
- First-in-human trial experts
- Access to a growing and complex population
Proven expertise in clinical trials
- Infectious diseases
- Medical oncology
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Our leading researchers
Prof Stuart Roberts is the Head of Hepatology and a consultant gastroenterologist at The Alfred.
A/Prof Andrew Wei is a haematologist and the head of leukaemia research at The Alfred.
Prof Andrew Spencer is the Head of our Malignant Haematology & Stem Cell Transplantation Service.
Prof Jennifer Hoy is the Director of HIV Medicine at The Alfred.
Prof Mark Shackleton is the Director of Oncology at The Alfred.
Prof O'Brien is the Program Director for Alfred Brain and Director of Neurology at The Alfred.
Prof Kulkarni directs a large psychiatric research group, the Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre (MAPrc).
Changing the lives of patients with chronic and severe headaches, along with fostering the growth of the neurological profession across the world, forms just part of the reason behind Associate Professor Richard Stark’s appointment to the Member of The Order of Australia (AM).
Our Research Course is a semester-long program run conjointly by Monash University and The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre. It is relevant to emergency, trauma and critical care physicians and is equivalent to two post graduate units (12 credit points) for a Master of Clinical Medicine or Master of Public Health (TBC) at Monash University.