Professor Suzanne Crowe

Professor Suzanne Crowe

AO FAHMS

Associate Director, Clinical Research and Head of International Clinical Research Laboratory
The Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health
Fellow
Elected in 2015
VIC
Citation on election

Professor Suzanne Crowe is a physician-scientist who co-founded the first HIV clinic in Melbourne (Fairfield Hospital, 1984). Her internationally-recognized research focusses on two areas of global importance: HIV pathogenesis and HIV care in resource-limited countries. Her findings inform clinical practice and current “cure” research. Her co-developed point-of-care CD4 test, licensed to Omega, UK, will provide access to treatment for millions of HIV-infected individuals in the developing world. She is active in global policy-making. She was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia, recognised for her service to medical research in HIV/AIDS medicine as an academic, clinician and researcher.

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