Associate Professor - Global Disease Control
The University of Queensland
Simon Reid is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Queensland.
He is a keen advocate of One Health and the application of systems thinking approaches to understand and improve interventions for wicked problems at the human-animal-ecosystem interface such as zoonoses. His research includes projects exploring the drivers of human-bat interactions, human brucellosis and improving global health security.
He has an emerging interest in multisectoral governance as it applies to high level issues such as health security and antimicrobial resistance. He delivers postgraduate courses in communicable disease control and One Health at UQ.