Guddu Kaur is a Research Fellow at the ANU National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health.

Ms Kaur is an experienced field epidemiologist who has worked across a number of contexts and regions over 11 years. She has worked for multilateral organisations including the World Health Organisation, UNICEF and various health ministries and non-governmental organisations.

She has experience in outbreak response, disease control and elimination strategies and surveillance approaches in humanitarian emergencies and conflict settings as well as low-resource settings.

Her current interests are public health ethics in emergencies, emergency response, novel surveillance systems, disease elimination strategies and sustainable capacity building in low resourced areas across Latin America, the Asia-Pacific and Africa.

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