Adam Kamradt-Scott is an Associate Professor at the Centre for International Security Studies, University of Sydney.
Associate Professor Kamradt-Scott began his career as a Registered Nurse where he specialized in emergency care and clinical risk management, but since completing his PhD on the World Health Organization's management of the 2003 SARS outbreak he has also worked as a political adviser to an Australian Senator as well as serving in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet where he was part of a small team tasked with revising and testing Australia's pandemic preparedness plans. In 2009 he entered academia where he worked at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and in late 2011 he joined the University of Sydney.
Adam has published two co-authored books and a single authored book 'Managing Global Health Security', which was awarded the ISA Global Health Book Prize. He has also published over 35 journal articles and book chapters, has worked in collaboration with the World Health Organization, and was the co-convenor for the world's first-ever conference on global health security in Sydney in June, 2019.