Professor Raina MacIntyre is NHMRC Principal Research Fellow, Professor of Global Biosecurity and PLuS Alliance Fellow. She heads the Biosecurity Program at the Kirby Institute, which conducts research in epidemiology, vaccinology, bioterrorism prevention, mathematical modelling, public health and clinical trials in infectious diseases.  Read about our research in the following 4 areas:

  1. Personal protective equipment

  2. Vaccinology

  3. Epidemic response and emerging infectious diseases

  4. Biosecurity

Read more by clicking on the images or links above. Read about Raina in "First Responder"

Heard about Pacific Eclipse, our pandemic simulation held in the US in 2019? This simulation, which covers all the issues we are facing with COVID-19 - surveillance, case detection, epidemic control, hospital surge capacity, mass quarantine, travel bans, stranded cruise ships, societal impacts and more, underpinned by modelling research.  You can do the Unknown Biothreat Simulation as a self-paced online exercise.

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Workshop videos now available: ARM training workshop for Ebola responders