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Dr Adam Lopez-Denman is a research scientist within the Health and Biosecurity business unit. After completing his PhD in host pathogen interactions of flaviviruses, his interests developed into understanding methods to combat infectious disease spread through vector control. Based in the Zoonotic and Arboviral pathogens team at the CSIRO Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness, Dr Lopez-Denman's current research focuses on developing novel technologies for the genetic control of invasive mosquito species.

Academic Qualifications

  • 2018

    Doctor of Philosophy
    The Peter Doherty Institute for infection and Immunity

Current Roles

  • Research Scientist
    Mosquito Genome Engineering


  • 2020-2022

    Health and Biosecurity Acorn Grant

Community and Corporate Citizenship

  • 2021-2022

    Mosquito Control Association of Australia Committee Member


We have publications by Dr Adam Lopez-Denman