Research FAQs

Calvary Mater Newcastle is a world class leader in Oncology, Toxicology, Psychiatry and Palliative Care research, ranging in scope from basic laboratory to large scale implementation studies. The hospital is the main centre for cancer clinical trials in the region.

Research is carried out across the site at Calvary Mater Newcastle. The hospital is located on the corner of Edith and Platt Streets, Waratah, NSW. Additionally, collaborative research is conducted in partnerships with other institutions and facilities across the region.

Researchers at Calvary Mater Newcastle conduct research in a number of areas including: envenomation, suicide and self-harm, pain, diabetes, depression and anxiety, breast cancer, prostate cancer, melanoma/skin cancer, head and neck cancer, blood and bone marrow disorders, stroke and cardiovascular disease, and leukaemia/lymphoma/multiple myeloma, to name but a few.

To be connected to a researcher at Calvary Mater Newcastle please visit ‘Our Researchers’ page by clicking here.

For more information on clinical trials being held at Calvary Mater Newcastle, visit Clin Trial Refer.

To find out more about our clinical trial departments please click here.

When you remember Calvary Mater Newcastle in your Will, you are making a special investment in research that will benefit people for years to come. In fact some of our most significant research grants have been made possible by a special bequest to research.

Please visit our Donations and Bequests page for further information

We would be happy to help you in your fundraising endeavours, please complete our Fundraising Form and submit to our Public Relations Department. Further information about fundraising and donations can be found here.

If you have further questions regarding research at Calvary Mater Newcastle, please contact the Research Office on 02 4014 4784 or at [email protected].

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