Global Health

What we do

Millions of people die every year because they do not have access to effective medication for preventable medical conditions. MIPS researchers are working to improve this situation and deliver equitable healthcare to those in greatest need. Our major activities focus on infectious diseases and maternal, child and reproductive health, along with capacity-building programs for pharmacy globally. Our research ranges from the discovery and development of new drugs, vaccines and diagnostics, to improving medicines and treatment regimens to suit specific populations. Existing collaborations operate in the Pacific, South and Southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa and we look to expand our reach further, aligning our activities with local, national and international frameworks to make a positive impact on global health.

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Program Coordinators

Darren Creek

Assoc. Professor Darren Creek

Global Health Program Coordinator, Associate Professor Darren Creek uses advanced metabolomics and systems pharmacology approaches to investigate microbial pathogens and facilitate the discovery of new medicine.

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Pete Lambert

Pete Lambert

Global Health Program Coordinator Pete Lambert is the Director, Program Management of the Inhaled Oxytocin Project.

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