Our mission is to conduct world-class medical research for the prevention of infectious diseases.
Celebrating a Nobel Prize
The Marshall Centre was founded in 2007 to celebrate the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Professor Barry Marshall and Emeritus Professor Robin Warren.
Conduct world-class infectious diseases research
Deliver outstanding teaching and learning opportunities
Champion new technologies and research translation
Foster life sciences through public engagement
The Marshall Centre is a world-class research centre that uses leading technology to identify, understand and prevent infectious diseases. Our outstanding teams also focus on communicating science to the public, to improve the health of the broader community, both today and for future generations.
Excellent research is fundamental to the development of lifesaving treatments and better diagnostics. Find out more about our research.
Advocacy & Outreach
Our work goes beyond research and training. We actively engage with the community nationally and internationally to advise, inspire, mentor and raise science awareness across the life sciences sector, particularly in the medical and health area. Find out more about our recent outreach activities.
The Marshall Centre has a wide range of platforms and technology to undertake cutting-edge science.