Monash Injury Research Institute

The Monash Injury Research Institute is one of the world’s most comprehensive injury prevention research centres. It is unique in being grounded in scientific and academic excellence, while producing research which has real-life implications which are often translated into policy.

At MIRI, we focus on both the prevention of injury as well as the treatment and recovery from injury (injury outcomes, acute care). Our record in translating public health research into real world outcomes that benefit all Australians is one of which we are very proud.

Researcher Opportunities

MIRI incorporates the highly respected Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) and other key Monash researchers and groups. MIRI has a strong national profile and an increasingly prominent international one.

Accelerate your research career at MIRI.

Join our team

MIRI offers students interested in injury prevention research a range of postgraduate study opportunities.

Meet Our Researchers

Max Cameron is a Professor (Research) in the Monash University Accident Research Centre, a centre within the Monash University Injury Research Institute, where he has worked since 1990.

He holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in statistics and a Ph.D. for his thesis on methods of evaluation of road trauma countermeasures. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, U.K.