The Perinatal Research Centre (PRC) was founded in 1992 as an initiative of the then Royal Women's Hospital Foundation (now known as the RBWH Foundation). The PRC is a Centre of Excellence within the University of Queensland and plays a key role within the RBWH in clinical trials. These trials have not only been instrumental in improving the care of mothers and babies at RBWH, but also nationally and internationally.
The PRC is committed to improving perinatal health through exceptional biomedical and clinical research. Our multidisciplinary research team aims to translate research advances into clinical practice and better health outcomes for mothers and babies. The Centre has undergraduate students and postgraduate honours, masters and PhD students from a wide range of disciplines. The PRC plays a key role in building and strengthening a culture of research excellence within the RBWH.
For more information, visit the University of Queensland PRC website.
|Perinatal Research Centre
Ned Hanlon Building
Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital
Metro North Health Service District
Telephone: (07) 3646 1761