Freya Fowkes

Burnet Institute

An ARC Future Fellow, Associate Professor Fowkes is Deputy Program Director, Maternal and Child Health, at Burnet Institute.  She is involved primarily in examining the epidemiology of malaria and in particular immunology, host genetics and susceptibility to malaria and associated morbidities.

In 2002 she obtained an MSc in Epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, completing her doctorate in 2007 at the University of Oxford. Concurrently at the New York University School of Medicine Freya was appointed a member of faculty on the Masters of Global Public Health in 2005.

Arriving in Melbourne in 2007 as a post-doctoral researcher she specialised in analysing malaria immuno-epidemiological data from large population-based studies. Freya is an honorary fellow of the School of Population Health at the University of Melbourne and teaches statistics and epidemiology for the Masters of Public Health.


Articles & Reports

Peripheral Artery Disease: Epidemiology and Global Perspectives
Lead Author: F. Gerry Fowkes
, Nature Reviews Cardiology