Bridging Medical Research and Health

The Kolling Research Strategy 2021-2025 will strengthen our ability to achieve ground breaking research, while delivering new opportunities and greater assistance to our teams.

The research strategy will focus on areas of strength, drawing upon the expertise and resources of the University of Sydney and the Northern Sydney Local Health District, and positioning the institute as a centre of translational research excellence.

Researchers will be supported to translate scientific discoveries into positive outcomes for clinical practice and community health.

Research Strategy Brochure

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Priority Research Areas

Musculoskeletal – Neuroscience and Pain – Cardiovascular and Renal Research

These areas of research investigate some of the biggest health challenges of our time. Collectively, they cost the community billions of dollars a year in health, personal and economic costs.

There is tremendous expertise across these disciplines within the Kolling. Our research teams are well respected, with unique skills and knowledge, strong industry links and a track record of success.

They are well placed to strengthen their international, government and industry collaborations, and increase the impact of their research.

Research Enablers

A key component of the Kolling Institute’s Research Strategy is the provision of four Kolling research enablers. These will provide research teams with new opportunities, modern platforms and infrastructure, increasing competitiveness, career development and core facility support.

Clinical Trials and Translation

Data and Informatics

Research Infrastructure & Support Services

Recruitment and Retention

Events, News and Seminars

Researchers join celebrations for national award

Researchers join celebrations for national award

Kolling Institute researchers have been recognised with a prestigious award for an initiative to sup..... Read more

Category: Awards, Research Excellence

International knee transplant study to inform future care

International knee transplant study to inform future care

New funding announced by the Federal Government will see researchers from the Kolling Institute and ..... Read more

Category: Funding support, Musculoskeletal Research

Kolling researchers join global effort to reduce heart disease in women

Kolling researchers join global effort to reduce heart disease in women

Two leading cardiovascular experts have been appointed to a prestigious world expert panel to reduce..... Read more

Category: Cardiovascular and Renal Research