Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI)

End Date: 31 January 2018

Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) is dedicated to advancing the treatment and prevention of childhood diseases, pioneered microsurgery, immunisations against lethal childhood illnesses and care for premature babies.

CMRI is a world-leading research site in areas such as cancer, neurobiology, embryology and gene therapy and collaborates with scientists all over the world to push research forward. It also provides important resources for scientists in Australia and operates CellBank Australia™, the only national repository of cell cultures, necessary for many fields of medical science. In addition, CMRI houses a major Biomedical Proteomics facility and an Australian first, the ACRF Centre for Kinomics, a joint venture with the University of Newcastle, which enables scientists to understand the master controls governing basic cell behaviour and develop new therapeutic drugs for a range of diseases.


Children’s Medical Research Institute epitomises research excellence with world-leading scientists supported by state of the art facilities and dynamic, committed research staff.

From neuroscience and cancer biology to drug development, embryology and gene therapy; when joining the team at the Children’s Medical Research Institute you will be surrounded by internationally recognised researchers who foster excellence in all of their staff.

For current vacancies please visit the website.