Collaboration is at the heart of successful research, education, healthcare and commercial innovation. We recognise its importance not only between Alliance members, but between our researchers, educators and health practitioners beyond the bounds of this precinct.
The Alfred Research Alliance, in addition, is actively involved with other leading biomedical and translational research precincts, educational institutions, Academic Health Science Centres and other groups to ensure we are coordinated with others who operate in our region.
Our broad collaborations and affiliations ensure that we are working constructively and positively with our industry colleagues here in Melbourne and Victoria, across Australia and around the world, to achieve better outcomes for all.
Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP)
MHTP brings together medical researchers and clinicians from Southern Health, Prince Henry’s Institute and Monash Institute of Medical Research, Monash University.
The Alliance is partnering with MHTP to develop the Monash Partners Academic Health Science Centre.
Monash Comprehensive Cancer Consortium (MCCC)
MCCC is a joint initiative of Alfred Health, Cabrini Health, Monash Institute of Medical Research (MIMR), Monash University, Peninsula Health, Prince Henry’s Institute, Southern Melbourne Integrated Cancer Service (SMICS) and Southern Health.
MCCC aims to bring together its partners’ research and clinical expertise to provide the best possible clinical outcomes for cancer patients in Melbourne’s southeast.
Southern Melbourne Integrated Cancer Service (SMICS)
SMICS is a joint initiative of Alfred Health, Cabrini Health, Peninsula Health and Southern Health.
SMICS provides a network to improve the quality and continuity of patient care and ensures that appropriate links exist between health services to optimise patient pathways for persons affected by cancer. SMICS is pivotal in ensuring strong coordination and planning across the southern Melbourne region.