Our teaching and research spans seven disciplines and our research aims to understand the fundamental mechanisms and clinical translation of scientific problems underpinning human health and disease.

Researchers at SBMS study the structural makeup of cells and how molecules are trafficked and regulated within this complex environment.
Researchers at SBMS study the causes, progression and treatments of long-term diseases.
Researchers at SBMS are developing novel therapeutics and repurposing established compounds for the treatment of human disease.
Researchers at SBMS are using a range of methods to understand how anatomy relates to function.
Researchers at SBMS are developing innovative teaching methodologies to enhance student learning.
Researchers at SBMS are investigating muscle physiology, and the neural control and biomechanics of motor function in health and disease.
Researchers at SBMS are studying how the nervous system functions under both healthy and diseased conditions.
Researchers at SBMS study cell surface receptors and define downstream molecular pathways that become compromised in disease.
Researchers at SBMS are studying germ cells and interactions between the placenta, foetus and the environment during early development.