COVID-19

The Kirby Institute has quickly mobilised our teams to bring our knowledge, experience and collaborative networks to support the global efforts to control COVID-19.

We have a strong track-record in designing solutions to infectious disease threats that can be scaled for maximum impact across diverse communities and populations. Too often, minorities and marginalised populations are most at risk. By putting the most affected communities at the heart of our research, we have designed tests, treatments and cures that have the most chance of success across a range of communities and settings.

Our COVID-19 research is centred around three core areas: understand, intervene, implement; and is underpinned by the principle of working with vulnerable communities. Read more here.

For the latest COVID-19 information, visit our resources page.

The following Kirby Institute staff are currently working on COVID-19.

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Media and Communications Manager
Kirby Institute Manager
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Professor and Program Head
Professor and Program Head
Professor and Program Head
Professor and Program Head
Head, Biosecurity Program, and Professor of Global Biosecurity, Kirby Institute and NHMRC Principal Research Fellow
Senior Research Fellow
Associate Professor
Senior Research Fellow
Senior Lecturer
Post-doctoral research fellow
Research Fellow
Lecturer
Senior Research Fellow
Senior Lecturer
Associate Professor
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