• Don't miss this special Burnet Oration!

    Don't miss this special Burnet Oration!

    The remarkable Dame Quentin Bryce will deliver the Burnet Oration in our 30th Anniversary year. Register today!

  • IMPACT Spring 2016 edition out now!

    IMPACT Spring 2016 edition out now!

    Read about the global threat of ZIka, HIV and ageing, and how maths is saving lives. Subscribe today or download a copy!

  • Burnet Myanmar thanks!

    Burnet Myanmar thanks!

    Our wonderful team in Myanmar celebrated Burnet’s 30th Anniversary Year with a special event in Yangon. Thanks!

Latest News

  • 24 October, 2016


    An end to polio?

    On World Polio Day 2016, recent cases in Nigeria represent a setback, but the world is moving closer to eradication.

  • 19 October, 2016


    Zika: The New Global Health Threat

    Zika’s long-term effects are still unknown says Burnet researchers in the latest IMPACT magazine.

  • 13 October, 2016


    Call for research where it's most needed

    Professors Brendan Crabb and Mike Toole argue for research to be applied where the burden of disease is heaviest.

  • 12 October, 2016


    IMPACT: latest edition now out!

    Zika virus, HIV and Ageing, Young People in Myanmar and Infectious Disease Modelling feature in our latest IMPACT magazine.

Upcoming Events

  • 24 October, 2016


    IBS 2016

    The international biotech community will gather in Melbourne for the 17th International Biotechnology Symposium and Exhibition, IBS 2016.

  • 24 October, 2016


    AusBiotech 2016

    Join representatives from across the global biotechnology industry to experience AusBiotech 2016, Australia’s life sciences conference.

  • 26 October, 2016


    2016 Burnet Oration

    Burnet Institute Patron and former Governor General, the Hon Dame Quentin Bryce, will present the 2016 Burnet Oration: Equity Through Better Health.

  • 30 October, 2016


    2016 APSAD Scientific Alcohol and Drug Conference

    Burnet research in Alcohol and Other Drugs will be showcased at APSAD 2016 in Sydney.