Our Partners

ACPCC gratefully acknowledges the important support and collaboration from our Partners who make our work possible.

ACPCC works with Australian and international partners to achieve the World Health Organization’s goal of eliminating cervical cancer as a public health problem. Our team is committed to supporting the effective delivery of HPV vaccination and cervical screening programs to ensure a cervical cancer free future for women and people with a cervix everywhere.

C4: Centre of Research Excellence in Cervical Cancer Control

Funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council, C4 brings together Australia’s expert leaders in cervical cancer control in both HPV vaccination and cervical screening. C4 is made up of researchers from Cancer Council NSW, Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney, the University of Melbourne, and ACPCC.

Previous work of C4 investigators was instrumental in Australia’s major innovations in public health and contributed to the successful delivery of HPV vaccination in girls and boys, along with the implementation of an HPV-based cervical screening program.

C4 also runs Australia’s largest clinical trial, Compass, which is providing world-first evidence on the interaction between HPV vaccination and screening.

Other important partnerships and collaborations

ACPCC works very closely with a number of organisations through contractual arrangements or collaborative projects. These include:

  • ROSE Foundation — a joint venture of University of Malaya and ACPCC to deliver Program ROSE
  • Australian Government Department of Health —supporting the National Cervical Screening Program, including specialist cervical screening laboratory expertise and pathology services, as well as advice on policy and program implementation, and leading the development of a National Cervical Cancer Elimination Strategy
  • Victorian Department of Health — supporting the National Cervical Screening Program in Victoria; supporting the Victorian Cancer Screening Framework including clinical education and Victorian breast, bowel and cervical screening data analysis and reporting; delivery of Participant Follow Up Function for Victorian bowel screening participants; supporting immunisation initiatives for vulnerable populations
  • Minderoo Foundation — a philanthropic funder of the Elimination of Cervical Cancer is the Western Pacific Initiative
  • IPC Health — supporting COVID testing in the north and west of Melbourne
  • Jean Hailes for Women’s Health — providing the National Endometriosis Clinical & Scientific Trials Registry
  • Conquering Cancer Campaign — ACPCC is a silver sponsor
  • Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation — collaboration to support the National Cervical Screening Program in Victoria
  • Cancer Council Victoria — collaboration to support the National Screening Program in Victoria

Our research partners

We also work closely with other organisations to conduct vital research. Our research partner organisations include:

  • Daffodil Centre (a joint venture of Cancer Council NSW and The University of Sydney)
  • University of Melbourne
  • Kirby Institute, University of NSW
  • Family Planning NSW
  • National Centre for Immunisation Research & Surveillance
  • Australian National University
  • Notre Dame University
  • Monash University
  • Menzies School of Health Research
  • Burnet Institute
  • McGill University, Canada

Association and network memberships

ACPCC is proud to be a member of the following associations and networks:

  • Global Health Alliance
  • Union for International Cancer Control
  • Public Health Association of Australia
  • BioMelbourne Network
  • Public Pathology Australia
  • Pathology Awareness Australia

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