Prof Andrew Lloyd

Prof Andrew Lloyd

Biography

Professor Andrew Lloyd is an infectious diseases physician at Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney and academic researcher in the Kirby Institute at the University of NSW. He is an NHMRC Practitioner Research fellow and is internationally recognised for his clinical and laboratory research studies in relation to the immunological basis of infectious diseases, including Q fever. He was awarded the Australia Medal (AM) in recognition of his clinical and research achievements.

Resources

Podcasts
Podcasts | Interviews

The Clinical Takeaway: Long COVID – Public Health Implications

Prof Andrew Lloyd | Created on 01 July 2021
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Podcasts | Lectures

Influenza-like Illness – A Systematic Approach to Assessment – Lecture

Prof Andrew Lloyd | Created on 22 September 2020
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Podcasts

Going Viral: Episode 119

Prof Andrew Lloyd | Created on 01 September 2020
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Podcasts | Lectures

Q Fever in GP – Recognition, Treatment and Prevention – Lecture
CPD: 1 Point

Q Fever is an emerging zoonotic infection worldwide, and presentations are non-specific, variable and often misdiagnosed. In this ... View more
Prof Andrew Lloyd | Created on 02 June 2020
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