Professor William Rawlinson

Professor William Rawlinson

AM FAHMS

Director of Serology, Virology and OTDS screening (SAViD). Chair Biosecurity Quality Assurance Program QAP
SEALS Department of Microbiology, NSW Health Pathology
Fellow
Elected in 2016
NSW
Citation on election

William Rawlinson is a clinician scientist recognised internationally for translational research into cytomegalovirus, congenital malformation from infections, and viral diseases of immunosuppressed patients.  He established, and oversees, serology and virology clinical research programs, state-wide transplant donor screening, and national quality programs for serology and biosecurity.  He is conjoint professor at UNSW while holding an NHMRC Practitioner Fellowship.  His research has attracted $41 million in competitive funding and his 290 publications have an H-index of 52.  His contributions are recognised by an Order of Australia (AM) for services to medical sciences, Fenner prize, and the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards Gold medal.

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