Joseph Doyle

VIC
2023

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Joseph Doyle is an infectious diseases expert striving to eliminate threats to global health from communicable diseases. His work focuses on preventing and treating blood borne viruses such as hepatitis C and HIV.


Joseph is a clinician researcher dual-trained in infectious diseases and public health medicine. He completed his MPH at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, his PhD at Monash School of Population Health, and hold specialist fellowships from Royal Australasian College of Physicians and Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine.


Joseph is currently Professor in Infectious Diseases at Monash University, and is jointly appointed at Burnet Institute as Deputy Director of Disease Elimination Program and Head of Infectious Diseases Clinical Research. He continues to work in clinical practice as a senior infectious diseases specialist at Alfred Health.


Joseph has experience in research leading clinical trials, cohort studies and implementation science projects to prevent and treat communicable diseases. He has experience in translating important discoveries into national and global clinical guidelines as an advisor to the World Health Organisation. He has been appointed by state and federal governments to statutory bodies to shape infectious diseases guidelines, regulations and treatment access. He is currently President-elect of the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases and advocates for medical training, community education and improvements to health policy in infectious diseases.  

Project

To investigate public health systems to link people with newly diagnosed hepatitis C with treatment

To investigate public health systems to link people with newly diagnosed hepatitis C with treatment

United Kingdom
USA
Health and Medicine
Joseph Doyle

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