Prof Guy Marks

Biography

BMedSc MB BS UNSW, PhD Syd, MRCP, FRACP, FAFPHM Professor Guy Marks is a respiratory physician and environmental epidemiologist. His main research interests are in chronic respiratory disease (asthma and COPD), tuberculosis control and the adverse health effects of exposure to air pollution. He is Professor of Respiratory Medicine at UNSW, South Western Sydney Clinical School. He is currently an NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow. He is head of the Respiratory and Environmental Epidemiology group at the Woolcock Institute and an Honorary Professor at The University of Sydney (Sydney Medical School). His other major roles include Editor-in-Chief (lung diseases) of the International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, Vice President of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, Chair of the NSW TB Advisory Committee, and Chair of the NSW Chief Health Officer’s Expert Advisory Committee on Air Pollution. He also received an Achievement Award by the NHMRC in 2014 for being the top-ranked applicant for a Research Fellowship in that year.

Resources

Podcasts
Podcasts | Interviews

Going Viral: Episode 178

Prof Guy Marks | Created on 02 February 2022
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Podcasts

Going Viral: Episode 92
CPD: 1 Point

Prof Guy Marks | Created on 24 July 2020
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Clinical Articles
Clinical Articles

Bushfire smoke, asthma, lung disease and masks – BREATHE, a new research study this summer

Prof Raina MacIntyre | Created on 23 September 2020
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From The Web
From The Web

Which mask works best? We filmed people coughing and sneezing to find out

Prof Raina MacIntyre | Created on 04 August 2020
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From The Web

Eradication, elimination, suppression: let’s understand what they mean before debating Australia’s course

Anita Heywood | Created on 22 July 2020
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