New Building Update

Neuroscience Research AustraliaIn 2013, we opened the doors of our striking, new medical research facility, with seven floors of laboratory and clinical research space and the capacity to house 120 researchers.

Many of our researchers have moved into their cutting-edge laboratories and our research participants are beginning to visit our new clinic rooms.

Architecturally designed, our new building has open and light spaces in which to collaborate, encouraging synergies between researchers from diverse areas across neuroscience.

Notwithstanding our impressive progress over the past three years, we are still at the beginning of our journey: two floors still remain to the ‘kitted out’ in our new building.

Indeed, this building represents just the first of four stages of the Neuroscience Research Precinct project.

The full Neuroscience Research Precinct, providing facilities for 700 research staff and incorporating both NeuRA and Randwick Hub partners, will unite brain research programs around Australia and play an increasingly large role on the international stage.

Neuroscience Research Australia

Community support, whether it is a small donation or a bequest, continues to play a vital role in helping us achieve our vision for neuroscience research in Australia.

Without research, we won’t find cures. To discuss a gift in support of our research, please contact us on 02 9399 1262 or make a donation now online.