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Kolling Institute of Medical Research

Located on the grounds of Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, the Kolling Institute of Medical Research is the principal centre of health and medical research affiliated with the Northern Sydney Local Health District.

As a centre of research excellence the Kolling has a major role in research training through the Northern Clinical School of the University of Sydney Medical School.

Latest news & events

2013 Premier's Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research

Congratulations to Kolling researchers Associate Professor Anthony Gill (Cancer Diagnosis & Pathology) and Associate Professor Rory Clifton-Bligh (Cancer Genetics) for winning the Excellence in Translational Cancer Research award (sponsored by Sirtex), presented on Friday, 2 August at the Premier’s Awards for Cancer Research. Read more...

Neurogenetics Research on Home and Away

Mitochondrial disease, for which research is conducted by Professor Carolyn Sue’s Neurogenetics lab at the Kolling, has been featured in the latest storyline on popular Channel 7 series, Home and Away. Read more...

Kolling researchers recipients of Cure Cancer Australia grants

Congratulations to Dr Emily Colvin, of Bill Walsh Cancer Research, for being awarded a research grant through the 2012 round of the Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme (PdCCRS) and is co-funded by Cancer Australia and Cure Cancer Australia Foundation. Congratulations also to Dr Viive Howell, Director of Research for Bill Walsh Cancer Research, for coming into the second year of her two-year Cure Cancer Australia grant. Read more...