Kidney, Transplant & Diabetes Research Australia supports doctors, scientists and students based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in South Australia whose aim is to research the mechanisms of disease and potential avenues for improving patient outcomes in transplantation and immunological kidney diseases. It is also proudly promotes wide collaboration with many research groups in Australia and world-wide working to improve the health and well being of people living with diabetes and kidney disease.

Our research partners include:

•    The Australian Islet Transplant Consortium

•    The Robinson Institute Centre for Stem Cell Research

•    The Co-operative Research Centre for Cell Therapy Manufacturing

•    The University of Adelaide


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Kidney, Transplant & Diabetes Research Australia has established clinical and laboratory research facilities at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and within the SA Pathology Building in Adelaide.