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Australian Infectious Diseases Research Centre
Queensland Institute of Medical Research
The University of Queensland
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AID researchers are drawn from infectious disease experts from across QIMR and UQ who apply leading technologies to identify, understand and prevent infectious disease.

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  • About Us
    • The global imperative for infectious disease research
    • Background
    • AID – a network centre
    • Mission and Goals
    • Issues we address
    • Expected outcomes
    • Donate
    • AID Research Management Committee
  • Research areas
    • Clinical genomics
    • Therapeutic development
    • Respiratory polymicrobial infections
    • Diagnostics
    • Antimicrobial resistance
    • Emerging infectious diseases
    • Host-pathogen interactions
    • Vaccine development
  • Research achievements
    • NHMRC Centres of Research Excellence
    • NHMRC programs
    • TRACK RECORD A/Prof Luregn Schlapbach, MD, FCICM
    • Highlighted papers
  • Investigators
    • Professor Greg Anderson
    • Dr Annika Antonsson (NHMRC CDF)
    • Professor Sassan Asgari
    • Associate Professor Scott Beatson (NHMRC CDF)
    • Professor Scott Bell (QHealth Research)
    • Dr Seweryn Bialasiewicz
    • Dr Helle Bielefeldt-Ohmann
    • Dr Mark Blaskovich
    • Associate Professor Antje Blumenthal
    • Professor Scott Burrows (NHMRC PRF)
    • Associate Professor Mark Butler
    • Professor Robert Capon
    • Professor Anders Cervin
    • Dr Keith Chappell
    • Professor Anne Chang (NHMRC Practitioner)
    • Associate Professor Julia Clark
    • Dr Richard Clark
    • Associate Professor Rowland Cobbold
    • Associate Professor Lachlan Coin (ARC Future Fellow)
    • Professor Matthew Cooper
    • Associate Professor Mark Coulthard
    • Professor Darrell Crawford
    • Associate Professor Gregor Devine
    • Professor Christian Engwerda
    • Professor David Evans (NHMRC SRF)
    • Professor David Fairlie (NHMRC SPRF)
    • Associate Professor Vito Ferro
    • Dr Katja Fischer
    • Associate Professor James Fraser
    • Professor Ian Frazer
    • Professor Charles Gilks
    • Associate Professor Luke Guddat
    • Professor Roy Hall
    • Associate Professor Ashraful Haque (NHMRC CDF)
    • Associate Professor David Harrich
    • Dr Patrick Harris
    • Dr Andrew Harvey
    • Dr Sumaira Hasnain
    • Professor Philip Hugenholtz (ARC Australian Laureate Fellow)
    • Dr Leon Hugo (Perpetual JT Wilson Fellow)
    • Dr Adam Irwin
    • Professor Malcolm Jones
    • Dr Ulrike Kappler
    • Associate Professor Stuart Kellie
    • Professor Alexander Khromykh (NHMRC SRF)
    • Dr Timothy Kidd (NHMRC ECR)
    • Professor Bostjan Kobe (NHMRC SRF)
    • Associate Professor Lutz Krause
    • Associate Professor Stephen Lambert
    • Dr Michael Landsberg
    • Professor Jeffrey Lipman
    • Associate Professor Ian Mackay
    • Professor Alan E. Mark (UQ VC SRF)
    • Dr Kate Markey
    • Professor James McCarthy (NHMRC Practitioner)
    • Professor Alastair McEwan
    • Dr Ricardo J Soares Magalhaes
    • Associate Professor Ross McGeary
    • Professor John McGrath (NHMRC John Cade Fellowship)
    • Professor Don McManus (NHMRC SPRF)
    • Professor Frederic Meunier (NHMRC SRF)
    • Professor Michael Monteiro
    • Professor Mark Morrison
    • Dr Peter Michael Moyle
    • Professor David Paterson
    • Associate Professor Simon Phipps (ARC Future Fellow)
    • Dr Natalie Prow
    • Dr David Reid (NHMRC Practitioner)
    • Dr Simone Reynolds
    • Professor Jason Roberts (NHMRC Practitioner Fellow)
    • Associate Professor Katharina Ronacher
    • Professor Mark Schembri (NHMRC SRF)
    • Professor Gary Schenk (ARC Future Fellow)
    • Associate Professor Luregn Schlapbach (NHMRC Practitioner Fellow)
    • Associate Professor Kate Schroder (ARC Future Fellow)
    • Dr Ben Schulz (NHMRC CDF)
    • Dr Kirsty Short (ARC DECRA)
    • Dr Hanna Sidjabat
    • Professor Peter Sly (NHMRC SPRF)
    • Associate Professor Katryn Stacey (NHMRC SRF)
    • Dr Phillip Stevenson (ARC Future Fellow)
    • Professor Jenny Stow
    • Professor Matthew Sweet (NHMRC SRF)
    • Professor Andreas Suhrbier (NHMRC PRF)
    • Associate Professor Rohan Teasdale (NHMRC SRF)
    • Associate Professor Rachel Thomson
    • Professor Istvan Toth
    • Professor Matt Trau
    • Dr Ella Trembizki
    • Associate Professor Katharine Trenholme
    • Professor Claire Wainwright
    • Professor Mark Walker (NHMRC PRF)
    • Dr Timothy Wells
    • Dr Nick West
    • Associate Professor David Whiley (NHMRC CDF)
    • Associate Professor Trent Woodruff (NHMRC CDF)
    • Dr Michelle Wykes (ARC Future Fellow)
    • Professor Zhi Ping (Gordon) Xu (UQ VC Senior Research Fellow)
    • Dr Stephanie Yerkovich
    • Dr Hong You (NHMRC ECR)
    • Professor Paul Young
  • Seminars
    • AID Seminar Program for 2018
    • Discovering novel ways to influence host/pathogen dynamics to favour microbial control and clearance of chronic overwhelming viral infections
    • Printable list of AID seminars
  • Partners
  • News and Events
    • Australian Infectious Diseases Research Symposium 2018
    • Nature to lead fight against tuberculosis
    • Bird flu study to probe genetic immunity of species
    • Funding fights antibiotic resistance
    • The Neglected Tropical Disease movement, and the public health case for scabies control
    • Sepsis: The silent killer that takes 5,000 Australian lives each year
    • Vigilance urged in scarlet fever outbreaks
    • ‘Forgotten’ antibiotic offers hope against worst superbugs
    • Nanopatch polio vaccine delivers
    • One Health approach to global epidemic preparedness
    • UQ study targets lethal fungal infection
    • Nature writing workshop at UQ
    • Dangerous bacteria a true survivor
    • Order of Australia for AID member
    • A step towards understanding Zika
    • FIGHT THE BITE
    • ASID Annual Scientific Meeting 2017
    • Queensland-led team develops effective economical Ebola treatment
    • AID Research Excellence Awards 2017
    • New protein offers hope for HIV cure
    • Queensland researchers unite to fight Zika
    • Deadly Cryptococcus pathogen lures Fulbright researcher to UQ
    • AID researcher Karrera Djoko nominated for QLD Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths competition for her work on utilising copper as an antibiotic
    • Innovative approach to accelerate development of antimalarials
    • AID Research Excellence Awards 2016
    • Australian virus might be answer to effective Ebola vaccine
    • BacPath 2015
    • Lorne Infection & Immunity conference 2015
    • Nanopatch vaccine technology company attracts $25 million
    • XIX International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria 2016
    • Evolving superbug threatens to create an infection tsunami
    • AID Research Excellence Awards 2015
    • Spate of Mideast virus infections raises concerns
    • DNA research revealing ‘libraries’ of information
    • Researchers develop new methods to keep resistant gonorrhoea in check
    • Tiny sensor could lead to better superbug drugs
    • H7N9 cases pause; new report details reassortants
    • Pandemic Potential Seen in Gene Changes of Bird Flu
    • AID Researcher Ian Mackay discusses H7N9 flu in China
    • Discovering novel ways to influence host/pathogen dynamics to favour microbial control and clearance of chronic overwhelming viral infections
    • Seminars
    • Tracking Superbugs to their source
    • Members of our Research Centre hail potential cure for AIDS
    • Development of a multicomponent delivery system for oligonucleotides
    • AID member recieves Grand Challenges Explorations grant
    • Research Seminars for 2012
    • 2011: A good year for Infectious Diseases Research at UQ
    • AID member recieves Grand Challenges Explorations grant
    • AID’s Eureka Prize is announced
    • New vaccine delivery company starts with AUD15 million investment
    • AID researcher talks superbugs on Insight
    • AID is officially launched
    • AID Sponsors national prize
    • Apply for the Australian Infectious Diseases Centre Eureka Prize for Infectious Diseases Research
    • AID researchers awarded seven prestigious fellowships
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  • Professor Charles Gilks

Professor Charles Gilks

Professor Charles Gilks is an international public health specialist and clinical academic.

Previously he was head of UNAIDS in India, providing leadership and political advocacy for the joint UN response to HIV in a complex political environment.

He has worked for over 25 years on tropical medicine, HIV and health systems.

Publications by Charles Gilks

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Australian Infectious Diseases
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St Lucia 4067 QLD
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World AIDS Day

30 January 2017

Professor Charles Gilks from the School of Public Health discusses HIV/AIDS research.

 

 


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