Australian Development Agency for Statistics and Information Systems

The Australian Development Agency for Statistics and Information Systems (ADASIS) was established in June 2011 by staff working in the School of Population Health at the University of Queensland. Our founding director, Mark Griffin, has over 17 years experience working in the fields of statistics and computer engineering, and has worked for university and industry employers in Australia, Canada and Switzerland. ADASIS brings together a local, national, and international professional network that Mark has developed throughout this time to create this unique organisation that provides a vital service for the Australian community.


In the 2011-2016 period our staff presented over 90 two-day workshops around Australia. We regularly present training for academic, government and industry clients in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney. For more about our training programs please visit us at ADASIS Training.


Our staff have provided consultancy services to a range of academic and industry staff around Australia in as diverse fields as health, agriculture, environmental sciences, engineering, and the social sciences. Our clients include academic staff in Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. In addition we have done work for major companies including Novartis, GlaxoSmithKline, and Exxon Oil.

International Aid

Our staff have a strong passion for applying our skills in the arena of international development. Statistics and information systems plays a vital role in this sector to understand and quantify the cause and effect of the challenges faced by people living in these societies, and when evaluating the success of international development programs.



Location and contact

  • QLD

    Contact person: Mark Griffin
    Phone: 0448176926

    QLD 4109
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