We’ve invested heavily in world-class facilities to ensure the best equipment, laboratories and expertise are available to our staff, students and to industry for their research, learning and collaborations.  Some of these facilities are located on the University’s main campus at St Lucia while others are distributed on other UQ campuses and on hospital sites throughout Brisbane and south-east Queensland. On site clinics as well as those operated through UQ Health Care provide the opportunity for clinical research and learning to be combined with the offering of specialist services to the community.  

Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence (PACE)

The Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence (PACE) is a state-of-the-art, purpose-built facility that is the new home to the UQ's School of Pharmacy.

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Human Movement Studies facilities

The School of Human Movement Studies operates a number of state-of-the-art teaching, research and computer laboratories all of which are housed in the Schools purpose-built building located at the UQ's St Lucia campus.

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Physiotherapy students with a client

The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences operate treatment, teaching and research clinics in the fields of audiology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech pathology.

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Mater Whitty Building

The iconic Whitty Building at Woolloongabba is home to a unique teaching environment for UQ nursing and midwifery students.

Oral Health Centre

The Oral Health Centre is the nation’s largest and most advanced tertiary oral health facility. It brings together renowned academics and researchers, leading practitioners and top tier students with a passion to improve lives.

Centre for Children's Health Research

Queensland now has a new home for child and adolescent health research. The Centre is the result of a partnership between Queensland Health and some of the state’s leading research organisations.

Translational Research Institute

The University of Queensland (UQ) is a key partner in the Translational Research Institute (TRI). TRI is a unique, Australian-first initiative designed to more rapidly translate medical research from the ‘bench to the bedside’.