Laboratory researchers need the capacity to rapidly provide information about emerging or re-emerging diseases. For example, basic research can provide new diagnostic tests and essential advice about safe-handling protocols.
- Developing Australasia’s serological capability for viral haemorrhagic fevers
- Development and evaluation of a carbon dioxide-free system for mosquito-borne disease surveillance
- Human parechovirus 3 (HPeV3) recombinant strain diversity and severe disease association in Australian outbreaks
- Improved detection and characterisation of flaviviruses and their antibodies in humans, animals and mosquitoes
- Influenza sero-surveillance at the animal-human interface: a feasibility study in high-risk groups
- Sampling, shipping and serology: a proof of concept study of influenza immunity
- Sentinel Travellers and Research Preparedness Platform for Emerging Infectious Disease (SETREP-ID)
- Specimen collection protocols to accompany FF100 enhanced data collection studies
- The impact of influenza infection on young children, their family and the health care system
- Role of viral and bacterial pathogens in causing pneumonia among Western Australian children: a case-control study protocol
- Divergent human origin influenza viruses detected in Australian swine populations
- Metagenomics detection and characterisation of viruses in faecal samples from Australian wild birds
- Stakeholder Consultation Report – Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies: NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence
- Is Australia prepared for the next pandemic?
- Developing research priorities for Australia’s response to infectious disease emergencies