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Team

The IMPACT study was designed by a team of experts in health, research and policy in collaboration with the Australian government.

The HPV Monitoring Program is led by the Reference Laboratory for HPV detection and genotyping, established by the World Health Organization and located at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne.

The study is conducted in collaboration with a team of internationally recognised epidemiologists, surveillance experts, sexual health physicians and statisticians from across Australia.

Member Organisations

  • The Kirby Institute at the University of New South Wales
  • The University of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
  • Melbourne Sexual Health Centre (Alfred Health)
  • Family Planning Victoria
  • Family Planning New South Wales
  • The University of Sydney Department of Paediatrics and Child Health