#Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness
Meet Phoebe Readford: Protecting Australia from emerging diseases
Phoebe Readford travels far and wide to improve the biosecurity of neighbouring countries, and in turn Australia.
How being profoundly deaf inspired Sinead Williams to love science
Find out from Sinéad Williams how being profoundly deaf inspired a life-long passion for science and why we need to genuinely listen to be inclusive.
Science explainer: Japanese encephalitis virus
After years of international collaborations, our scientists are experts in Japanese encephalitis virus. They explain how it works.
Finding COVID-19 infections earlier using our new biomarker technology
Our scientists have developed a way to detect COVID-19 earlier in the infection cycle using your body's biomarkers and machine learning.
Canine ehrlichiosis: the new tick-borne dog disease in Australia
Canine ehrlichiosis, caused by Ehrlichia canis, is a tick-borne dog disease recently detected in parts of Australia. We're helping respond.
Expert FAQ: SARS-CoV-2 on surfaces
Researchers from our Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness answer your questions about our study into SARS-CoV-2 on surfaces.
Our Australian biosecurity system needs a rethink for decade’s challenges
The Australian biosecurity system is facing more challenges than before, and time is running out. But our new report shows the solution.
Zapping away mosquito-borne diseases in Papua New Guinea
We have been working with organisations in Papua New Guinea and in Australia to develop approaches against mosquito-borne diseases.
Lab-grown airway cells: breathing new life into respiratory disease research
Our lab-grown airway cells have huge potential to understand how respiratory diseases work. It can also reduce the need for animal testing.