Dr Adam Irwin

  • Partner Investigator
  • Children’s Health Queensland

Dr Adam Irwin is a NHMRC Emerging Leadership Fellow and conjoint Senior Lecturer and academic lead for paediatric infectious disease at The University of Queensland and Queensland Children’s Hospital. His research focuses on the optimal use of antimicrobials in children, including the early recognition of invasive infections like sepsis, and on the most appropriate treatment of healthcare-associated and antimicrobial resistant infections in children. He is the medical co-chair of the Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Program which was awarded the Global Sepsis Alliance award in 2020, and leads a national study of invasive Gram-negative infections in Australian children

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