Non-Resident Fellow, United States Studies Centre and Associate Professor, University of Sydney
Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott is a non-resident fellow at the United States Studies Centre and an associate professor in global health security and international relations at the University of Sydney.
His research and teaching explores how governments and multilateral organisations cooperate and interact when adverse health events such as disease outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics occur, as well as how they respond to emerging health and security challenges.
Adam’s most recent research examines civil-military cooperation in health and humanitarian crises, and the correlations between gender, sexuality, health and security.
For a long time, the involvement of military personnel in health-related activities has been controversial, with critics arguing that it can blur the lines between humanitarian agencies and the armed forces. Some have...