MPhil Candidate and Research Officer
Dillon is an infectious disease epidemiologist and MPhil candidate investigating the epidemiology and transmission dynamics of rhinoviruses. He has academic qualifications in Biomedical Science, Microbiology and Public Health and received his BSc from the University of Queensland and his MPH from the University of Sydney. He also provides research officer support for studies in epidemic intelligence and global security within the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Integrated Systems for Epidemic Response. Prior to joining UNSW, Dillon worked at the Western Sydney Centre for Population Health where he conducted infectious disease surveillance and research, with a particular focus of sexually transmissible infections.