National Centre for Asbestos Related Diseases

National Centre for Asbestos Related Diseases

Mission

Our mission is to conduct collaborative multidisciplinary research to reduce the impact of asbestos on the community.

Vision

Our hope is to have a positive influence on health care and social policy by adopting a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach to asbestos related research. Our national and international links will ensure the development of high quality research and clinical collaborations and our committed to the dissemination of knowledge about asbestos related diseases to the scientific, health and wider community will ensure greater awareness of asbestos related diseases.

Victims of chrysotile asbestos – voices from South East Asia.

International Ban Asbestos campaigner Laurie Kazan-Allen screened the World Health Organization film “Victims of chrysotile asbestos – voices from South East Asia” on a recent visit to NCARD.

NCARD PhD Students.

NCARD’s large team of enthusiastic researchers has attracted an impressive number of PhD students, some of whom consolidate their studies by working as Research Assistants at NCARD between finishing Honours and commencing a PhD..

Mesothelioma Cell Research

Cells isolated from mesothelioma patients’ malignant pleural effusions, showing both tumour immune cells.

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