Raina MacIntyre is Professor of Infectious Diseases Epidemiology and Head of the School of Public Health and Community Medicine at UNSW. She is an international leader in emerging infections and vaccinology, and is involved in numerous influenza and respiratory virus research studies that directly inform national and international policy and practice in communicable disease control.
Professor MacIntyre is the lead investigator on this CRE with particular interests in the research themes covering frail elderly vaccinology, travel health and health care worker research. In addition to providing overall direction on the CRE, she will also have a key role in building capacity in methodological research across these areas by acting as a mentor to post-doctoral researchers Dr James Wood, Dr Anita Heywood, Dr Anthony Newall, Dr Holly Seale, Dr Mohamud Sheikh and Ms Heather Gidding.
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