Brendan Crabb

Brendan Crabb

Professor Brendan Crabb AC PhD FAA FAHMS is an infectious disease researcher with a special interest in viruses and protozoan parasites, especially malaria. His research group develops and exploits genetic approaches to better understand malaria parasite biology, principally to help prioritise vaccine and drug targets.


If you think scrapping COVID isolation will get us back to work and past the pandemic, think again

By: , and - December 27, 2022

COVID is an exceptional disease and was at its deadliest this year, causing more deaths in Australia between June and August 2022 than at any other time. There have been 288 deaths from influenza so far this year compared to more than 12,000 deaths from COVID. The number of deaths from COVID in Australia in […]