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QIMR has a strategic plan, the QIMR Roadmap, to guide operations of the Institute in a competitive and changing environment.
To be a world renowned medical research institution.
Better health through medical research.
QIMR supports scientists who perform world-class medical research aimed at improving the health and well-being of all people.
QIMR's areas of focus
- QIMR will become a world leader in medically relevant research and transfer this knowledge and understanding to the clinic;
- It will focus on areas that are of high importance to Queensland and that will include regionally relevant diseases and those that are major causes of mortality and morbidity to the community;
- Excellence in research and researchers will characterise QIMR; and
- The research programs of QIMR will be firmly underpinned by outstanding fundamental research of direct relevance to the research that is closer to translation.
QIMR's strategic priorities
QIMR's strategic priorities are to:
- Strengthen research activities;
- Introduce a career development structure;
- Support researchers to promote retention;
- Clarify organisational structures;
- Provide a career structure for all researchers;
- Increase inter-institutional collaborations;
- Strengthen collaborations on the Herston campus;
- Diversify income sources for QIMR; and
- Increase the focus on outputs.