Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine
The Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine (AITHM) at James Cook University is Australia’s only dedicated health and tropical medicine research institute.
Dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of people in the Tropics, the Institute’s research outputs are strongly focused on the most pressing health issues facing both tropical Australia and the Indo-Pacific, and are recognised world-wide. AITHM undertakes research that leads advancements in understanding, diagnosing and preventing infectious diseases, strengthening health systems and building capacity towards improving health outcomes for the region.
AITHM brings together the capacity and expertise of a broad range of researchers focussed on enhancing public health, biomolecular, clinical, translational, and health systems knowledge to deliver public health benefits locally, regionally and globally.
For more information visit the AITHM website.