BRISE’s mission is to deliver a world-class BBV and STI research program that provides evidence and strategic advice that focuses on the prevention and diagnosis of infections, and treatment and care of people living with infection.
BRISE undertakes policy-relevant research to support NSW Health in reducing blood-borne viruses (BBV) and sexually transmissible infections (STI) in NSW, as well as improving the health outcomes of people living with these infections.
BRISE’s mission is to deliver a world-class BBV and STI research program that provides evidence and strategic advice that focuses on the prevention and diagnosis of infections, and treatment and care of people living with infection.
BRISE undertakes policy-relevant research to support NSW Health in reducing blood-borne viruses (BBV) and sexually transmissible infections (STI) in NSW, as well as improving the health outcomes of people living with these infections.

Who we are

The BBV & STI Research, Intervention and Strategic Evaluation Program (BRISE) at UNSW Australia undertakes policy-relevant research to support NSW Health in reducing blood-borne viruses (BBV) and sexually transmissible infections (STI) in NSW, as well as improving the health outcomes of people living with these infections.

BRISE’s mission is to deliver a world-class BBV and STI research program that provides evidence and strategic advice that focuses on the prevention and diagnosis of infections, and treatment and care of people living with infection.

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