Guided by the latest health research, our free, online seminar series explores a range of topics including virology, epidemiology, infection prevention, clinical treatment, vaccine development, safety and ethics to help you better understand COVID-19 and Australia's response to pandemics now and in the future.
|Australia's public health response to pandemics||Professor Joel Negin, Head of School, Sydney School of Public Health||Click here|
|Virology: genomics, pathogenesis and mutations||Dr Megan Steain, Lecturer, Infectious Diseases and Immunology, School of Medical Sciences||Click here|
|The immune response||Dr Umaimainthan Palendira, Senior Lecturer, Infectious Diseases and Immunology, School of Medical Sciences||Click here|
|Respiratory infectious disease transmission||Associate Professor Gregory Fox, Respiratory Physician, Epidemiologist and Clinical Trialist||Click here|
|The disease in children||Professor Kristine Macartney, Director, National Centre for Immunisation Research & Surveillance (NCIRS), Professor of Paediatrics and Child Health||Click here|
|Public health surveillance||Associate Professor Adam Dunn, Head of Discipline, Biomedical Informatics and Digital Health, School of Medical Sciences||Click here|
|Infection prevention and clinical treatment||Professor Tania Sorrell, Director, Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity||Click here|
|Vaccine development against COVID-19: progress and pitfalls||Professor Jamie Triccas, Head of Discipline, Infectious Diseases and Immunology, School of Medical Sciences||Click here|
|COVID-19 candidate vaccines: clinical trials and vaccine safety||Professor Kristine Macartney, Director, National Centre for Immunisation Research & Surveillance (NCIRS)||Coming soon|
|Pandemic ethics||Professor Angus Dawson, Director, Sydney Health Ethics, Sydney School of Public Health||Click here|
|Mental health studies during COVID-19||Professor Maree Teesson, Director, the Matilda Centre, Sydney Medical School||Click here|
|Coping with mental health issues during a pandemic||Professor Ian Hickie, Co-Director, Health and Policy, the Brain and Mind Centre||Click here|
The Faculty of Medicine and Health is one of the largest providers of postgraduate vocational coursework for health professionals in Australasia. With courses in public health, medicine, biomedical science, nursing, medical imaging science and much more, you can upskill with confidence choosing the University of Sydney.