Dr Harunor Rashid MBBS, DCH, MD

Harunor Rashid joined NCIRS in June 2011 as an epidemiologist in the clinical research team. He received paediatric training in Bangladesh, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the UK, ultimately receiving, in 2009, his Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from the University of London for his thesis on Epidemiology of respiratory infections associated with Hajj pilgrimage, under the supervision of Professor Robert Booy. He is particularly interested in the epidemiology of vaccine preventable infections among travellers.

Lou-Ann Barr 
Administration Officer

Lou-Ann is personal assistant to Professor Robert Booy (Senior Professorial Fellow) and also provides a range of administrative support to NCIRS staff. Lou-Ann has over 25 years experience in various administrative roles within the Department of Health. Before joining NCIRS in 2015, Lou-Ann held the position of Administration Manager at an NSW Health statewide child protection program for over 20 years.

Last updated January 2020