Infectious Diseases research
The Department of Infectious Diseases, Alfred Health and Monash University incorporates a large clinical service and research program.
About our research
The Department of Infectious Diseases integrates clinical services with biomedical research and teaching. Our expertise spans from general infectious diseases to HIV/AIDS, COVID-19, and tuberculosis.
We have active research studies in:
- Viral hepatitis
- Infections in the immunosuppressed (malignancy, intensive care and post-splenectomy patients)
- Drug resistant organisms
- Antibiotic use
- Infection prevention and hospital epidemiology
Find out more about our research themes on Monash CCS.
A case of drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS) without a typical precipitant
Griffin, David W.J.; Martin, Genevieve E.; McLean, Catriona; Cheng, Allen C.; Giles, Michelle L.
(2020), MED J AUSTRALIA, 212(7), 300-301.e1.
Measuring hepatitis C virus elimination as a public health threat
van Santen, Daniela K.; Sacks-Davis, Rachel; Doyle, Joseph S.; Scott, Nick; Prins, Maria; Hellard, Margaret
(2020), J VIRAL HEPATITIS, 27(8), 770-773
Evaluation of pooled human urine and synthetic alternatives in a dynamic bladder infection in vitro model simulating oral fosfomycin therapy
Abbott, Iain J.; van Gorp, Elke; Wijma, Rixt A.; Meletiadis, Joseph; Mouton, Johan W.; Peleg, Anton Y.
(2020), J MICROBIOL METH, 171, 105861