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The Australian Regional Immunisation Alliance (ARIA) was established in April 2019. Key immunisation experts and partners from multiple Australian universities and research institutes held consultations in 2018 and early 2019 on the value of having a harmonised and integrated approach to support immunisation activities in our region (broadly defined as the Indo-Pacific region). As a result of these consultations, the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS), in collaboration with these experts and partners, led to the formalisation of an alliance, called ARIA.
ARIA was informally launched in October 2019 at an inaugural face-to-face meeting of members in Sydney, Australia.
ARIA members are Australia’s leading experts in the field of immunisation and vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs), widely recognised for their regional and international expertise.
Visit ARIA website to find out more
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