- Adam Kamradt-Scott specialises in global public health, international relations and international law. His research and teaching explore how governments and multilateral organisations respond to adverse health events such as epidemics, pandemics, and emerging health and security challenges. To date, he has published three books and over 36 journal articles and book chapters. Adam’s most recent research examines civil-military cooperation in health and humanitarian crises, and the adoption of international legal instruments for health.
- Prior to entering academia, Adam Kamradt-Scott’s background includes having worked as a health professional specialising in emergency care and clinical risk management, a political adviser and a public servant in pandemic preparedness. More recently, Adam Kamradt-Scott has served as a consultant to the Australian Government and the World Bank on pandemic preparedness and the response to COVID-19.
- He is the co-founder and convenor of the Global Health Security conferences and currently serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Global Health Security Network.