Professor Stoové head of Public Health, co-Head of the HIV Elimination Program at Burnet Institute where he also and heads research groups in HIV Prevention and Justice Health. He is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University and an NHMRC Senior Research Fellow. He has undertaken research on the epidemiology and prevention of blood borne viruses and sexually transmitted infections and the health and wellbeing of affected populations for over 20 years, and published over 200 peer reviewed papers in these are related areas. His research focuses is on generating evidence for effective public health policy and practice.
He has strong interests in developing novel and innovative approaches to epidemiological research to inform clinical and public health policy and practice He has led the development and maintenance of innovative sentinel surveillance systems for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections and blood borne viruses in developed and low and middle income countries.
NHMRC Senior Research Fellowship, Gust-McKenzie Medal recipient