Sydney Biomedical Accelerator (SBA)

A global centre for discovery.

The Sydney Biomedical Accelerator is a visionary partnership between the University of Sydney, Sydney Local Health District and the NSW Government bringing together clinicians, researchers, academics and industry to solve the most complex health problems of today, tomorrow and the future.

A world-leading health, education and biomedical research complex.

Location:

Camperdown, New South Wales
Australia

Completion:

2027

The Sydney Biomedical Accelerator (SBA) is a co-funded partnership project between NSW Health, Sydney Local Health District and the University of Sydney. It will be a state-of-the-art biomedical research complex spanning the University campus and the District’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital campus and will offer a unique global concentration of biomedical research talent.

Located within the Tech Central precinct, the SBA will be positioned to dynamically collaborate with industry and start-ups as part of a world leading hospital, university and tech innovation ecosystem.

About us

Within the Camperdown neighbourhood of the Tech Central precinct, the Sydney Biomedical Accelerator (SBA) will be a world-leading health, education and biomedical research complex.

The SBA will support ground-breaking research and innovation, fast-tracking scientific discovery into better healthcare solutions for our community. It will strengthen existing collaborations, bring together clinicians, academics, researchers in new innovative ways and will enhance access to cutting-edge technology.

The SBA is a co-funded partnership initiative between the NSW Government, Sydney Local Health District, and the University of Sydney – working closely and collaboratively with Health Infrastructure NSW and its first research collaborator, the Centenary Institute.

Spanning Sydney Local Health District’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPA) campus and the Camperdown campus of the University of Sydney, the SBA is a complex of three interconnected buildings that bring together the brightest academic, scientific and clinical minds with entrepreneurs, industry and government to accelerate biomedical research development, innovation and commercialisation. The buildings are scheduled to be completed in 2027.

 

Revolutionise the Science of Healthcare

A vision for the future

The University of Sydney and Sydney Local Health District acknowledge the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation as the traditional owners of the land on which the SBA will be built.
For thousands of generations, Aboriginal people have exchanged knowledge for the benefit of all.

A global centre for discovery