Industry members

Overview

Welcome to the Australian Infectious Diseases Research Centre website. We thank you for your interest in becoming an industry member of our group. AID is a multidisciplinary research centre linking research groups at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute and UQ. It includes researchers within the Infectious Diseases Programme at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute with expertise in virology, bacteriology, parasitology and clinical research, the University of Queensland's Faculties of Science and Health Sciences, The University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research, UQ Children Health Research Centre, the Institute for Molecular Biosciences, the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology and the Diamantina Institute. AID will combine strong basic and clinical research in infectious diseases with both global and local imperatives.

 

AID Industry membership

AID Premium Industry member $5,000 per annum

AID Industry member $2,000 per annum

 

Benefits

AID Premium Industry members

Premium Industry members will be acknowledged on the AID website (http://www.aidrc.org.au/) under the Industry member section tab and their company logo displayed.

Premium Industry members will be acknowledged as sponsors of the Eureka Prizewinner’s seminar, held annually. The Eureka prize for infectious diseases research is sponsored by AID (http://australianmuseum.net.au/eureka). Up to 5 members of the Premium Industry member’s company will be invited to AID seminars (including the prizewinners seminar), featuring talks from national and international experts in the infectious disease space (http://www.aidrc.org.au/seminars).

The CEO (or 1 delegate) from the Premium Industry members company will be invited to the Eureka Prizewinner’s dinner (following the seminar), which will provide an opportunity for networking with the AID Director, Deputy Directors, and Eureka Prizewinner.

Premium Industry members will also receive email alerts of opportunities and advances in the infectious disease space that are provided to AID members.

AID Industry members

Industry members will be acknowledged on the AID website (http://www.aidrc.org.au/) and their company logo displayed.

Industry members will be acknowledged as sponsors of one of the regular seminars, held annually.

Up to 2 members of the Industry member’s company will be invited to AID seminars (including the prizewinners seminar), featuring talks from national and international experts in the infectious disease space (http://www.aidrc.org.au/seminars).

Industry members will also receive email alerts of opportunities and advances in the infectious disease space that are provided to AID members.

 

Further information

Further information and details regarding payment can be obtained from the AID Director, Prof. Mark Walker (mark.walker@uq.edu.au).