Supporting Participatory Evidence generation to Control Transmissible diseases in our Region Using Modelling(SPECTRUM)

  • Field, Emma (PI)
  • McVernon, Jodie (PI)
  • Annear, Peter (CoI)
  • Carvalho, Natalie (CoI)
  • Chades, Iadine (CoI)
  • Geard, Nicholas (CoI)
  • McBryde, Emma (CoI)
  • McCaw, James (CoI)
  • McPake, Barbara (CoI)
  • Ross, Joshua (CoI)
  • Ross, Joshua (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    Infectious diseases impose an ongoing health and economic burden in Australia and the wider Asia-Pacific region, predominantly borne in and reinforcingsettings of poverty. Resulting threats to Australia and our region include socially and economically disruptive disease outbreaks, and a post-antibiotic era wherecommon infectious diseases are untreatable. We will work in partnership with regional policy makers and key stakeholder groups to identify key priorities, and define acceptable evidence based solutionsfor both 'fast' and 'slow' moving infectious disease control challenges that will be implemented into policy and practice. These relationships will be enabled bypartnerships with the Nossal Institute for Global Health, the Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security and a suite of existing NHMRC Centres of ResearchExcellence.
    Effective start/end date1/01/1931/12/24


    • National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC): A$191,995.00


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