Research at Western
Western Sydney University is a research institution driven by impact.
We believe excellent research and practical outcomes are essential parts of our overarching research mission. Our research has real impact upon the social, economic and environmental wellbeing of our regional, national and international communities.
The University invites outstanding graduate researchers, innovative new generation researchers and established researchers to consider joining or collaborating with us.
Professor Scott Holmes
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Research and Development)
Research Engagement, Development and Innovation (REDI)
REDI provides an integrated suite of services supporting the University's research effort through the development of contracts and agreements, and the provision of application advice and grant writing support to researchers; research policy implementation and development; maintenance and provision of research data; and the monitoring and promotion of ethical research practice.
The REDI Business team connects business, government and the community with Western Sydney University by establishing external linkages and identifying partnership opportunities for commercial research, professional consultancy, commercialisation opportunities, access to intellectual property and expertise, and to the University's cutting-edge research facilities. Our team of dedicated business support professionals is available to discuss your specific needs and interests.
Neglecting oral health in pregnancy has important health consequences. Dr Ajesh George's research is changing practice and improving outcomes
Groundbreaking research by Professor Jane Ussher and Professor Janette Perz is leading to the first services targeted at gay and migrant patients
With housing affordability increasingly out of the reach of many, Dr Louise Crabtree's research will see the beginning of a new option for moderate income earners in Australia
Dr Shelley Bielefeld's research has helped uncover and draw awareness to the inequities inherent in the current income management policy, attracting the attention of policy-makers