Partners

Established in 2005 with funding from the Australian Government the APF continues to provide quality National infrastructure in collaboration with the Australian Phenomics Network. This partnership brings together expertise and infrastructure from across Australia for the Creation, Characterisation and Cryopreservation of mouse models of human disease.

Funding is provided by the Government (see below). Through this funding the APF are able to provide specialised equipment, expertise and subsidised access to models to further Australian scientific research.

Collaborations

Funding bodies

Collaborative Research Infrastructure Scheme (CRIS)

CRIS is an interim funding solution to allow priority research infrastructure projects funded under NCRIS and/or the Super Science Initiative to remain operational.

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Education Investment Fund Super Science Initiative

The Super Science Initiative addressed priorities identified in the 2008 Strategic Roadmap for Australian Research Infrastructure and contributed $1.1 billion to priority areas of Australian research until...

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National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS)

NCRIS is designed to provide Australia’s research sector with on-going access to high-quality, operational research infrastructure facilities and supports collaboration between the research sector, industry...

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National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)

The NHMRC is Australia's peak body for supporting health and medical research; for developing health advice for the Australian community, health professionals and governments; and for providing advice on...

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National

Australian Genome Research Facility

Australian Genome Research Facility

The Australian Genome Research Facility Ltd (AGRF), is a not for profit company, and is Australia's largest provider of genomics services and solutions.

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Australian Phenomics Network

Australian Phenomics Network

We are a proud member of the Australian Phenomics Network (APN), a network of core infrastructure and services designed to facilitate the use of mouse models by the Australian and international research...

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European Molecular Biology Laboratory Australia

European Molecular Biology Laboratory Australia

The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) Australia was formed to foster and enhance Australia's international competitiveness in the life sciences and strengthen Australia's emerging position as a...

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International

Asian Mouse Mutagenesis Resource Association

AMMRA is a collaborative group of the development, archiving/distribution, coordination of phenotyping and informatics of mutant mice in Asia.

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Asian Mouse Phenotyping Consortium

AMPC has been established to promote the coordination and development of advanced strategies and service platforms for phenotyping and informatics.

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International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium

IMPC builds on the efforts of the International Knockout Mouse Consortium to carry out high-throughput phenotyping of each line in order to determine the function of every gene in the mouse genome.

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