The Marshall Centre

The Marshall Centre for Infectious Diseases Research and Training

The Marshall Centre was founded in 2007 to celebrate the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Professor Barry Marshall and Emeritus Professor Robin Warren.

Professor Marshall and Dr Warren carried out ground-breaking research on Helicobacter pylori, proving that this bacterium is the cause of most stomach ulcers.

Further information

  • Key Research Areas

The Centre’s principal goals and objectives are to:

  • build the capacity to perform world-class infectious diseases research and disease surveillance
  • facilitate the development of new vaccines and diagnostic technologies for Helicobacter pylori and other pathogens
  • facilitate postgraduate and professional training
  • provide a vehicle for public education in infectious diseases.

The Marshall Centre provides a focus for infectious diseases research and epidemiology and attracts funds, research staff and international visitors.


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