We're translating research to improve healthcare outcomes. 

The Australian healthcare system is one of the best in the world. We think it can be even better.

 

At the MACH, our job is to make sure that the clinicians taking care of you in hospital and at your GP's office can work with scientists in universities and medical research institutes to deliver better care to more patients, using the most targeted, evidence-based research findings available. We do that by bringing experts together across important research themes, supporting translational research, and building capacity across the MACH partnership – all the while strengthening the economy with wealth gained from healthcare cost savings and the development of new technologies.

Read more about the MACH's 2020-2025 strategy, "Tomorrow's Healthcare Today," here.

Our Work

As an NHMRC-accredited joint venture between Victoria’s top healthcare providers, medical research institutes and the University of Melbourne, the MACH's purpose is to facilitate collaboration between academia and healthcare to accelerate the translation of innovative research into clinical care and better patient outcomes.

Learn more about the research we're supporting to deliver better care for all Australians.

The MACH is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) recognised Advanced Health Research and Translation Centre (AHRTC).

 

We are a member of the Australian Health Research Alliance (AHRA), which consists of all seven AHRTCs and two Centres for Innovation in Regional Health (CIRH).

ABOUT US

The MACH is an NHMRC recognised Advanced Health Research and Translation Centre.

The mission of the MACH is to improve health and wellbeing by integrating medical research, education and clinical care.

ADDRESS

187 Grattan Street

Carlton, VIC 3053

 

+61 (0)3 8344 9973

mach-admin@unimelb.edu.au

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The MACH acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which it works, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, and pay respects to its elders past, present and emerging.

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