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Professor Archie Clements

BVSc (Hons 1) (Syd), MVM (Glas), PhD (Lond)
Director, Research School of Population Health
ANU College of Health and Medicine
T: + 61 2 61254578

Research interests

Prof Clements' research focusses on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of public health interventions for a range of infectious diseases including parasitic diseases; mosquito-borne diseases; and emerging healthcare-acquired infections.

Biography

Prof Archie Clements directs the Research School of Population Health, at The Australian National  University, Canberra. He was previously Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the University of Queensland, and has worked as Research Fellowat the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI), Imperial College London, UK. He is also a current NHMRC Senior Research Fellow.  

Prof Clements has over 10 years of experience in epidemiological research, with a particularemphasis on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of public health interventions for a range of infectious diseases including; parasitic diseases;mosquito-borne diseases; and emerging healthcare-acquired infections.

In addition:

Research funding: 18 major grants, including 1 National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Senior Research Fellowship, 1 NHMRC Career Development Award, 7 NHMRC project grants (2 as CIA/lead investigator), 2 NHMRC partnership projects (1 as CIA/lead investigator), 2 NHMRC centres of research excellence (as CIB and CIC), 1 Australian Research Council Discovery Project (as CIC), 2 UBS Optimus Foundation grants (as Partner Investigator), one Gates Grand Challenges Exploration grant (as Co-investigator), and one DFAT Government Partnerships for Development Grant (as Co-Principal Investigator). Total funding $19.8 M, $5.4 M as CIA/Principal Investigator ($1 AU ≈ $0.75 US).

Publications:  171 peer-reviewed papers (>100 last 5y), 1 book. Papers in PLoS Medicine, Lancet Infectious Diseases (×5), PNAS, Emerging Infectious Diseases (×6), Environmental Health Perspectives, Lancet Global Health (×2) and other leading international journals. H-index 30; >3,000 citations (Scopus, Jul. 2016).

Supervision and mentoring: 11 PhD completions (8 as primary advisor) and currently supervises 13 PhD students (6 as primary advisor).  Currently supervises a MBBS-MPhil student as primary advisor.

 

 

 

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Updated:  13 December 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers