Monash Infectious Disease
Selected Monash Infectious Disease experts
Professor Stephen Turner
Stephen studies factors that regulate virus-specific T cell recruitment and differentiation after infection.
Professor Allen Cheng
Allen is a specialist in infectious diseases and an epidemiologist.
Professor Sophia Zoungas
Sophia is an endocrinologist and a leading clinician scientist and trialist.
Professor Karin Leder
Karin is an infectious diseases physician specialising in illnesses common to tropical regions.
Professor Ana Traven
Ana's work focuses on fungal pathogens and medical mycology.
Professor Trevor Lithgow
Trevor aims to reverse the evolution of superbugs so existing antibiotics can treat bacterial infections.
Professor Jonathan Baell
Jonathan focuses on discovering new anti-parasitic compounds to treat malaria and neglected diseases.
Professor Scott O'Neill
Scott is the Director of the World Mosquito Program at Monash University.
Professor Anton Peleg
Anton's work focuses on the mechanisms of pathogenesis of hospital-acquired pathogens.
Professor Jane Fisher
Jane is an academic clinical and health psychologist with interests in the social determinants of health.
A/Prof James Trauer
James focuses on TB epidemiology and control, developing modelling tools to fight infectious disease.
Professor Dena Lyras
Dena's research focusses on gut pathogens, particularly those involved in antibiotic-associated diarrhoea.
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