Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott specialises in global health security and international relations. His research and teaching explores how governments and multilateral organisations respond to adverse health events such as epidemics, pandemics, and emerging health and security challenges. He has published three books and more than 25 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. Adam’s most recent research examines the role of militaries in health emergencies, trade and travel sanctions during health crises, and the correlations between gender, sexuality, health and security.
Friday 1 May, 11:30 AMPandemic
Carriageworks, Bay 17, Eveleigh
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