Our researchers address challenges and discover opportunities through specialist and cross-disciplinary collaborations.
Bone and Muscle Cell Biology
The Laboratory for Bone and Muscle Cell Biology studies regulation of the behaviour of bone, cartilage and muscle cells during development, regeneration and pathology.
One Health Research Group
The One Health Research Group (OHRG) provides solutions to wildlife health issues using a One Health approach.
Our researchers study a variety of socio-economically important parasites, with a goal to understand them and the diseases that they cause, so that we can develop effective treatments, vaccines, diagnostic tests and strategies for effective control.
People, Animals and the Environment
Supporting interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary projects relating to the welfare of people, animals and the environment.
Veterinary Anatomic Pathology
The Veterinary Anatomic Pathology group in the Melbourne Veterinary School combines diagnostic services and anatomic pathology research with teaching in our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.
Veterinary Climate Action @ Melbourne
Exploring the interconnection between the veterinary profession and environmental sustainability.
Veterinary Epidemiology @ Melbourne
The veterinary epidemiology group aims to generate new knowledge and techniques that can lead to improvements in animal health, with an emphasis on identifying emerging areas of inquiry, particularly those that cross disciplinary boundaries.
Veterinary Inflammation and Metabolism
The Veterinary Inflammation and Metabolism research group investigates the disease processes and develops novel therapies for inflammatory and metabolic diseases.