Australian Sleep and Alertness Consortium (ASAC)

The Australian Sleep and Alertness Consortium (ASAC) is a research and development consortium established in July 2020  to build upon the outputs, expertise and legacy of the Cooperative Research Centre for Alertness, Safety and Productivity (Alertness CRC) within the Sleep Health Foundation.

This new model of research will focus on the themes of sleep, health and wellbeing, and performance, across three integrated programs: Occupational, Healthcare, and Road Safety.

ASAC is governed by a steering committee comprising the five founding academic partners; Flinders University, Institute for Breathing and Sleep (IBAS), Monash University, The University of Sydney, Woolcock Institute of Medical Research; SHF Board, industry advisors and the consortium director.

With established capability and deployment pathways, ASAC will co-develop innovative solutions, facilitate early adoption, and collaboratively pursue new and diverse opportunities to maximise impact and improve lives through better sleep.

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