Presentation – Opportunities for the Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies (APPRISE) Centre for Research Excellence
McVernon J, Opportunities for the Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies (APPRISE) Centre for Research Excellence, AusBiotech 2017 – Australia’s LifeSciences Conference, Adelaide, 25 October 2017
APPRISE researcher calls for strengthening of existing links between academia and industry involved as a start to commercialisation of infectious disease research.
Professor Jodie McVernon‘s presentation outlined the opportunities and challenges for translational partnerships for infectious diseases products.
Professor McVernon (second from right) is Director of Epidemiology at the Doherty Institute, a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Principal Research Fellow and the leader of the Centre of Research Excellence in Policy Relevant Infectious Diseases Simulation and Mathematical Modelling. She is a Chief Investigator of APPRISE.
Related Cross-cutting Themes
- Partnerships, collaboration and translation