In an Australian-first, the NACE pillars are generating the tools and resources to help accelerate allergy research in all streams of allergic disease. This work will give consumers, clinicians and policy makers access to the latest evidence into allergy preventions, interventions and treatments.

Allergy Research Pillar

To improve access to the world’s best allergy treatments, the NACE oversees a Clinical Trials Network that supports large-scale, embedded studies; our Allergy Studies Directory of clinical trials and observational studies gives Australians access to the latest research and cutting-edge treatment opportunities, and we are working on national standardised outcome measures and tools for researchers.

Pillar Lead: Professor Kirsten Perrett

Allergy research hub
Repository & Discovery Hub

Repository & Discovery Pillar

This Pillar will harness the power of big data analysis through a National Allergy BioRepository to drive research underpinning individualised healthcare.

Pillar Lead: Professor Janet Davies

Evidence & Translation Pillar

Allergy research is accelerating across the world, which means that systematic reviews rapidly become outdated. The NACE will lead a series of living evidence collections and stakeholder roundtables on drug, food, insect and respiratory allergy to seamlessly connect evidence and practice.

Pillar Lead: Associate Professor Jennifer Koplin

Evidence & Translation
Training and Innovation

Training & Innovation Pillar

To remain at the forefront of global allergy research, the NACE supports and mentors PhD students and postdoctoral researchers from across the country. Senior NACE allergy researchers supervise competitive scholars and fellows to help continue the momentum of addressing the allergy epidemic.

Pillar Lead: Professor Dianne Campbell


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