Network for the Australia-based
World Health Organization Collaborating Centres
WHO Collaborating Centre for Prevention of Deafness and Hearing Loss
In 2019, Ear Science Institute Australia’s global excellence in research and clinical services was recognised by the World Health Organization as the world’s sixth Collaborating Centre for Ear and Hearing Care. Learn more about the WHO Collaborating Centre for Prevention of Deafness and Hearing Loss from its Director, Dr Sandra Bellekom, who is also the CEO of the Ear Science Institute Australia.
WHO Collaborating Centre for Air Quality and Health
The International Laboratory for Air Quality and Health, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, a WHO Collaborating Centre for Air Quality and Health, has been the driving force behind establishing the Australia-China Centre for Air Quality Science in Management. The Australia-China Centre for Air Quality Science in Management was launched in Beijing in December 2014, with the aim to provide a platform for joint research on the multi-dimensional problem of air pollution and its impact on human health and the environment, and an input into national policies to enable informed, efficient and regulated management and control.