The National Plant Biosecurity Diagnostic Network (NPBDN) is excited to present a fresh digital experience for diagnostic professionals. This user-friendly platform offers seamless navigation on both desktop and mobile devices, making it more intuitive than ever.
The NPBDN serves as a vital communication hub for plant pest diagnostics, fostering collaboration among experts across Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific region to bolster diagnostic capabilities.
Dr. Lucy Tran-Nguyen, PHA’s General Manager for Partnerships and Innovation, emphasized the website’s fresh, new, streamlined design, ensuring a visually engaging experience for practitioners.
Members gain access to a wealth of resources, including fact sheets, videos, National Diagnostic Protocols (NDPs), reports, news, insights, training, events, and career opportunities.
The National Plant Biosecurity Diagnostic Professional Development and Protocols Project is coordinated by Plant Health Australia and funded by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry. The project’s objectives aim to strengthen Australia’s surveillance capacity in identifying priority plant pests affecting industries, the environment, and the community.
Not a member? Apply to join NPBDN today.