UniSA’s multi-purpose Facility supports industry funded and investigator-led trials in healthy volunteers and patients across the Adelaide BioMed City precinct. Located at UniSA’s City East Campus the Facility provides purpose-built, dedicated clinical research spaces and expertise including: 10 clinic rooms; neurophysiology and exercise physiology suites; open multi-purpose space; volunteer kitchen; analytical laboratory; and monitored ultra-cold storage facility.

Facilities: specialist infrastructure and equipment for assessing; brain function (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, EEG), body composition (dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry), functional vascular health (endoPAT, arterial compliance), physical activity (accelerometry) & fitness (VO2 max, cycle ergometry) and cognition & mood (test banks, virtual & augmented reality technologies).

Significant clinical trial programs include stroke rehabilitation (including depression), health effects of dietary interventions to improve cardiovascular, metabolic and cognitive function, clinical pain neuroscience, brain control of movement, weight loss interventions and Proof-of-concept Phase l clinical trials.

Contact: Prof Susan Hillier, Dean Research: Allied Health and Human Performance, University of South Australia,

+61 (0) 419 034 578 (UTC/GMT +9:30 hours)

and Kellie La Fontaine, Manager Cancer Research Institute, University of South Australia,,

+61 (0) 466 956 867 (UTC/GMT +9:30 hours)


Brookman Building