Sep 28, 2021 7:00 PM
Dr Sarah Garner
Covid-19 Project at the Walter and Elisa Hall Institute

Infectious Diseases Physician and Medical Microbiologist          

QUALIFICATIONS:                      MBBS, BMedSci(Hons), FRACP, FRCPA                

Dr Sarah Garner is an Infectious Diseases Physician and Medical Microbiologist, holding dual specialty fellowships as both a physician (FRACP) and pathologist (FRCPA). Sarah has also undertaken a Bachelor of Medical Science with First Class Honours and started PhD studies at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI) in 2017.

Sarah research at WEHI is looking at the role of cell death pathways in eradicating the latent reservoir of HIV infection. This work is ongoing. She works as an ID Physician in Melbourne in both the private and public sectors and also holds a position as a Medical Microbiologist at Dorevitch Pathology.

Sarah is passionate about integrated care for her patients and working with patients as partners to help manage their health issues. Sarah has also helped with development of guidelines of infectious Diseases management for regional Victorian GPs and holds a Senior Lecturing position with Monash University Rural School teaching undergraduate medical students. 

In her spare time she enjoys dancing, meditation and yoga.