National Drug Discovery Centre information session
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute has expanded its early stage drug discovery capacity to create the National Drug Discovery Centre (NDDC). Thanks to generous investments from the Australian and Victorian Government and leveraging the Institute’s own contribution and philanthropic gifts, the Centre will increase medical researchers’ access to advanced robotic high-throughput screening, addressing a critical early challenge in the drug discovery pipeline.
The NDDC invites applications from researchers around Australia to fast-track their scientific breakthroughs into new medicines to treat disease. Successful applicants will benefit from accessing the latest technologies and a fully staffed team at a highly subsidised rate (at 90 per cent off actual costs).
Find out more about the NDDC and how to apply for subsidised screens at this information session with senior team members; Jeff Mitchell, Acting Manager of the NDDC and Kym Lowes, Deputy Head of Screening.