IBAS is an incorporated not-for-profit organisation with the mission of promoting, facilitating and co-ordinating research and education in respiratory and sleep health.
The objectives of the Institute are to:
IBAS has been working towards these objectives since its inception in 2000. It has grown from a handful of clinician-researchers to a group of over 150 personnel.
IBAS is a Company Limited by Guarantee under Corporations Law
This website contains information about IBAS' organisational structure, affiliations, work, people and history.
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