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.
IBAS ABN (Australian Business Number) is 39 093 685 879
IBAS ACN (Australian Company Number) is 093 685 879
IBAS DUNS Number is 740561378
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