Dr Adam Stewart is an Infectious Diseases & Microbiology Registrar and PhD Candidate.

Dr Stewart is currently working on novel treatment strategies for infections due to multi-drug resistant Gram-negative bacteria under the supervision of Professor David Paterson.

Dr Stewart has received numerous awards including the Queensland Health Junior Doctor Research Fellowship, ASID ASM Advanced Trainee Research Award, RACP Trainee Research Award, Avant Doctor-in-Training Research Scholarship, and multiple ECCMID Travel Grants.

Dr Stewart’s research interests include clinical trials, new antimicrobials, diagnostics for infectious diseases, and infections involving transplant recipients and other immunocompromised patients. They chair the organising committee for the annual Brisbane Transplant Infectious Diseases Meeting and are a member of the ASID Immunocompromised Host Special Interest Group (ICHSIG).

Dr Stewart will be commencing a position as the Transplant Infectious Diseases Fellow in 2024 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, USA.


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