The TIA Queensland Node provides access to coordinated and integrated translational health pathways for researchers in different areas including small molecule pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals, devices, biomarkers and cell based therapies. It will:
- provide effective linkages between translational health providers and closure of infrastructure gaps.
- provide expert panels to guide researchers on optimal translational pathways and guide efficiency in the design of translational research programs, from discovery through to clinical translation.
The Node comprises the following facilities:
For a full capability listing at each of the Node participants, please see the Capability section
For researchers interested in using the TIA Queensland Node to facilitate their translational research, please contact TIA.