A collaborative approach
Maridulu Budyari Gumal was created to move healthcare forward faster. We are the Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE). 16 leading organisations on a mission to power innovative research around the world. The faster we translate discoveries into care, the faster we can treat and cure disease.
Maridulu Budyari Gumal – the Aboriginal name gifted to us by the Dharug people – means ‘working together for good health and wellbeing’. More than a name it’s a promise…
Some of the biggest health issues our Clinical Academic Groups are tackling in our community today.
A link to the recording of the Stepped-wedge Trials Information Session held on the 18th of May 2022 and coordinated by Maridulu Budyari Gumal (SPHERE) Clinical Trials Methodology Hub.
Dr Ayano Kelly awarded the Maridulu Budyari Gumal Implementation Science Translational Research Seed Grant of $50,000
Maridulu Budyari Gumal (SPHERE) Implementation Science Platform is pleased to announce that Dr Ayano Kelly, Rheumatologist at Liverpool Hospital has been awarded the 2021 SPHERE Implementation Science Seed Funding Grant for her studies commencing in 2022.
A link to the recording of the Adaptive & Platform Trials Information Session held on the 16th of November 2021 by the Maridulu Budyari Gumal (SPHERE) Clinical Trials Platform.
Maridulu Budyari Gumal - Sydney Partnership for Health Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE) is delighted to announce that Ms Ainslie Cahill, SPHERE’s Leader in Consumer and Community Involvement and Engagement, has been appointed as: a member of the Council for the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC); Chair for the NHMRC Consumer and Community Advisory Group. We congratulate Ainslie on her appointments which is clear recognition of her contribution to, and expertise in, Consumer and Community Involvement in research.
Maridulu Budyari Gumal, the Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE) has partnered with Join Us to save lives and improve the health of all Australians and we need your help!
“Using improved medications, like Tenecteplase, with telehealth and stroke-ready ambulances will mean more Australians will receive urgent pre-hospital care within the precious treatment window where we can really make a difference.” - Professor Mark Parsons
Some of the important events happening within our partnership today.
Let’s do health better
Acknowledgement | We acknowledge the Dharug people, whose lands we live and work on. We uphold your culture and connection to community, land and water. We honour your elders, today and yesterday, and will look to them to inspire a better tomorrow.