SeRP Australia

The data research landscape in Australia is extremely complex when it comes to sharing and linking data between regions. SeRP Australia is supporting our Australian partners on their journey to establishing a space for collaboration on a data sharing technology. SeRP Australia can adapt to the complex nature of this data sharing environment to support different approaches to data linkage across the large geographical area that is Australia.

SeRP Australia utilises data from hundreds of clinical trials, medical and population health studies and patient registries to offer approved researchers ground-breaking access to complex healthcare data to better understand a host of disease burdens faced by Australia including cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, heart disease and mental illness.


SeRP Australia provides the mechanism to exchange data between healthcare organisations whilst providing a safe, secure and governed environment to ensure that patient data is safeguarded with confidence. SeRP Australia ensures that any access to the data is fully controlled by the data owner, to ensure appropriate and agreed use.

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“We have partnered with (SeRP) because their experience in health data security is the best in the world. Monash University is committed to guaranteeing data security.”

Professor Ian Smith, Vice-Provost (Research and Research Infrastructure), Monash University, Australia

“SeRP offered an additional added value to the CRIS Programme over and above our current hosting provider… specifically their SeRP Platform-as-a-Service”

Mike Denis, Chief Executive Officer, Akrivia Health

"The establishment of Dementia Platform Australia (DPAU), led by The Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing at UNSW Sydney, has benefited from the existing SeRP instance at Monash University, Australia. Utilising an established SeRP instance has facilitated a relatively straight forward implementation of DPAU. SeRP is a trusted and proven technology and DPAU is confident that SeRP is the optimal solution for our data sharing platform."

Vibeke S. Catts, PhD, Research Manager, Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA)

"SeRP data security was perfect, very important for Genes & Health - a data breach is our number one risk and would lose the confidence of our volunteers and researchers"

Professor David van Heel, Professor of Genetics at Queen Mary University of London and Chief Investigator at East London Genes & Health