Current Position(s): Associate Professor and Head of Division of Paediatrics, The University of Western Australia, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences; School of Medicine, (M561), Director, Vaccine Trials Group, Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines and Infectious Diseases, Head, Department Child Health Research, Perth Children’s Hospital, Director, Child Health Research Network, Children and Adolescent Health Service
Workplace: The University of Western Australia and Perth Children’s Hospital
Title: MBBS, MRCP(UK), FRACP
Education: MB BS, University of Western Australia, MRCP (Member of the Royal College of Physicians), London, FRACP (Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Physicians) Australia, Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates Certificate USA, Griffiths Developmental Assessment Diploma, State Child Development Centre Perth
Specific expertise for ReSViNET foundation Peter Richmond leads the Vaccine Trials and Ear Health Groups in the Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines and Infectious Diseases (WCVID) based at the Telethon Kids Institute. He has led a vaccine research group in Perth attracting over $25 million in government, competitive, and industry funding with continuous NHMRC funding since 2003 that supports 20 FTE in research staff and postgraduate students conducting high quality epidemiological, clinical, immunological and microbiological research in children and adults with strong community support. His laboratory for assessment of humoral and cell mediated immune responses to vaccines and bacterial pathogens is recognized internationally. He has specific experience in large scale ARLI/pneumonia aetiology clinical and data-linkage studies, RSV vaccine and monoclonal antibody clinical trials in infants, children and pregnant mothers and viral vaccine efficacy studies in children and adults. He has undertaken clinical trials in Australia and Papua New Guinea. He is also an Investigator at the Linear Phase I trial facility in Perth.
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