The mission of The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH), in conjunction with our Campus partners, is to improve the health and well-being of children and adolescents through leadership in healthcare, research and education.
The Royal Children's Hospital is co-located with Campus partners the Murdoch Children's Research Institute and the University of Melbourne. Together the campus partners are known as the Melbourne Children's. Research at the Melbourne Children's is a collaboration between scientists, researchers and doctors and allows research findings to be quickly put into practice.
On Campus, The Royal Children's Hospital is the custodian of clinical care, The Murdoch Children's Research Institute is the custodian of research and the University of Melbourne is the custodian of education. MCRI provides a dedicated research precinct on site and encompasses laboratory, clinical and public health focuses in its work.
The University of Melbourne is the largest research University in Australia. The University has collaborated in a significant number of projects on Campus and maintains a high research profile at the Royal Children's Hospital through the research activities of the Department of Paediatrics.
Our aim is to perform ground breaking translational and patient-orientated research across the breadth of paediatric disciplines.
- Developing innovative treatments and therapies for our patients, using our state of the art facilities
- Performing high quality clinical trials, both investigator and industry-led
- Developing novel and improved diagnostics for our patients
- Understanding and preventing the development and progression of childhood illnesses
Stacie Wang, MSc, MBBS, FRACP
Stacie Wang currently works at the Children's Cancer Centre, The Royal Children's Hospital. Stacie is undertaking a PhD in immunotherapy and CAR-T therapy in brain tumor models. She also has an interest in fungal infection and infectious diseases in oncology. Her most recent publication is 'Towards