Professor of Public Health, Monash University

Robert Hall graduated in medicine from Sydney University in 1978. He has worked in public health for over 30 years, at local, State, national and international levels. In the early 1980s he worked for 4 years in the Northern Territory in Aboriginal health, including at the Urapuntja Health Service at Utopia Station. Since then, he has worked in communicable disease control at the Commonwealth Department of Health, where he edited Communicable Diseases Intelligence, and was Director of Communicable Disease Control in South Australia. He was Director of Public Health in Victoria. He joined the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine in 2007. Dr Hall has been a member of several National Health and Medical Research Council committees, including the Council. He is currently chair of the Technical Advisory Committee on Immunization and Vaccine Preventable Diseases for the Western Pacific Region of the WHO.

Experience

  • 2008–present
    Senior Lecturer in Public Health, Monash University

Education

  • 2011 
    Monash University, GCHE
  • 1990 
    RACP, FAFPHM
  • 1988 
    RACMA, FRACMA
  • 1985 
    RANZCOG, DipRANZCOG
  • 1985 
    University of Sydney, MPH
  • 1978 
    University of Sydney, MB BS
  • 1975 
    University of Sydney, BSc(Med)