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    Australia joins GHSA Steering Committee

    21 November 2018

    Under the theme “Advancing Global Partnerships”, stakeholders in the GHSA discussed achievements and priorities for further work in key technical areas, including biosecurity and biosafety, anti-microbial resistance (AMR), regional cooperation, collaboration between the human and animal health sectors, and the financing of national action plans for health security.


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  2. ASEAN-Australia Health Security Fellowships – apply now

    7 November 2018

    Applications are now open for citizens from Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam to apply for an ASEAN-Australia Health Security Fellowship. Fostering professional development of field epidemiologists, the fellowship provides scholarships to undertake a Masters in Applied Epidemiology (MAE), offered by the Australian National University (ANU).


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    Australian Health Security Corps committed to people-centred public health in Cambodia

    10 October 2018

    The Indo-Pacific Centre’s Health Security Corps deployed two Australian volunteers to work with the United Nations (UN) World Health Organization (WHO) in Cambodia. Here, they talk about the challenges and achievements of their assignments, but also how, above all else, public health is delivered with a true commitment to leaving no-one behind.


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  4. PNG IMR researcher holding culture dish

    New support announced at PNGIMR 50th Anniversary

    27 August 2018

    Papua New Guinea's Institute of Medical Research (PNGIMR) has been an important part of Papua New Guinea's health system for 50 years. This week Centre for Health Security Head Robin Davies and PNG High Commissioner Bruce Davis travelled to Goroka to mark the Institute's 50th anniversary and announce new support for its work from the Australian aid program. 


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  5. SSHS Grants

    Stronger Systems for Health Security Applied Research Grants

    2 July 2018

    Following a competitive and peer reviewed process, seven grants were selected totalling AU$16 million over 3 years. The grants involve research and capacity building activities in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Timor-Leste and Vietnam to address key health security challenges.


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    Australian company’s new treatment for river blindness approved by the US FDA

    26 June 2018

    An Australian not-for-profit biopharmaceutical company, Medicines Development for Global Health (MDGH), has become the first Australian company to achieve US FDA approval of a novel small molecule for any indication.


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    New Contributions to Global Emergency Outbreak Response

    30 May 2018

    Health Security Initiative for the Indo-Pacific will contribute AU$13.5 million to multilateral financing mechanisms for global emergency outbreak response.


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  8. Indonesia consultations

    Former WHO Directors, communicable disease experts on board for Southeast Asia Mission

    1 May 2018

    The Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security’s second scoping mission to Southeast Asia begins this week, with Professor David Heymann CBE and Dr Guénaël Rodier co-leading the study.


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  9. A researcher at work - Credit: Harvard University, Justin Ide (Flickr)

    New Tools for Emerging Diseases: Product Development Partnerships Announced

    19 April 2018

    Health Security Initiative funds 50 per cent increase Australian funding for the development of innovative tools to combat malaria, other mosquito-borne diseases, and tuberculosis (TB).


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  10. Dr Jimmie Rodgers to Head Pacific Scoping Mission

    Dr Jimmie Rodgers to Head Pacific Scoping Mission

    20 March 2018

    Former Director-General of the Pacific Community (SPC) and now Board member of the Asia-Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA), Dr Jimmie Rodgers, is heading up the Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security’s (IPCHS) high-level scoping mission to Papua New Guinea and several Pacific island countries.


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