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uts ithree institute: infection, immunity, innovation. research strength

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Extracellular DNA (yellow) is released by exploding bacteria in biofilms of the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa (blue)

Do you have a passion for science?

UTS is currently recruiting academics and industry researchers.

The ithree institute has active research collaborations in the fields of bacteriology, parasitology, virology and drug development. Our philosophy is to work in partnership to make scientific discoveries and to drive innovation. We welcome the opportunity to explore research collaborations, partnerships, licensing and spin-outs to work together to meet the 21st Century challenges in infectious disease. The ithree institute has been a member of the Medical Research Commercialisation Fund since 2011.

Research collaborations

We have links to universities, research institute, and industry within Australia and internationally.

In the five-year period until Dec 2016, we co-authored 220+ research papers with scientists from over 80 countries – predominantly the USA, UK and Canada.

 

ithree collaborating countries on a world map