We facilitate medical research by providing state-of-the-art research resources on a fee-for-service basis to the entire health sciences community as well as outside entities

Our facilities provide access to cutting edge equipment and experienced staff ensuring professional management and conduct of research.

We build on the capabilities and expertise of our researchers to provide the highest level of service to clients and assist in the clinical development of their research.

Facilities 360biolabs


360biolabs, based at Burnet Institute, is a new contract service provider bringing together virology and immunology in a quality-assured environment.

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AMREP Flow Cytometry Core Facility

A world class cell sorting and cell analysis laboratory catering for the scientific research community based at AMREP and across Melbourne.

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Burnet Antiviral Screening Facility

Developed by Associate Professor Gilda Tachedjian and her team, this facility assists researchers to screen compounds for their ability to inhibit the virus replication process, particularly for HIV and herpes viruses

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Burnet Cell Imaging Facility

Our Cell Imaging Facility houses state-of-the-art microscopes to capture the image of live pathogens.

7.7  facilities landing pic hiv 1 clade c coreceptor prediction algorithm


This tool assists researchers to predict the coreceptor usage of their HIV-1 envelope sequences. It has been specifically developed for subtype C HIV-1 which is the predominant subtype in the HIV-1 pandemic.

Diagnostic development laboratory

Diagnostic Development Laboratory

There is a clear need to develop diagnostics able to be operated in remote and rural areas in the developing world.



No longer operating.

7.7  facilities landing pic hiv 1 clade c coreceptor prediction algorithm


This suite of algorithms assists researchers to predict the coreceptor usage of HIV-1 subtype A, B, C, D, CRF01_AE and CRF02_AG envelope sequences.