Australia's national medical research institute, the John Curtin School of Medical Research has completed the third and final stage of developments.
The medical research school has produced three Nobel Prize winners including Sir John Eccles, where the third wing was officially opened yesterday (August 13) with member for Fraser, Andrew Leigh and member for Canberra, Gai Brodtmann in attendance.
Dr Leigh represented minister for health Tanya Plibersek at the event, with Ms Plibersek saying that the government's investment in medical research and health infrastructure will mean better health care for all Australians.
"The Australian government understands that if we are to build a better, and healthier, future for Australians, we need to make a considerable investment in health and medical research," Ms Plibersek said.
"Under our $5 billion Health and Hospitals Fund we have set aside $700 million to build research infrastructure, including $60 million for the John Curtin School of Medical Research redevelopment project."
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The completed wing will house the Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, which will provide quality facilities for ANU neuroscientists who research areas such as vision, epilepsy and blood pressure says Dr Leigh.