Associate Professor Stephen Lambert is a public health physician with interests in a broad range of applied communicable diseases topics.
He is the Medical Director of the Epidemiology and Research Unit in the Communicable Diseases Branch, Queensland Health.
His research interests include assessing the impact and effectiveness of vaccination programs, and the quality and efficiency of communicable diseases surveillance.
Associate Professor Lambert is a keen advocate of using other data to supplement routine communicable diseases surveillance, including incorporating assessments of denominator data from laboratory testing. He is a strident advocate for the use of vaccines across the lifespan of people.
- HPeV3 diversity, recombination and clinical impact across 7-years: an Australian story
- Respiratory virus detection during the COVID-19 pandemic in Queensland, Australia
- National predictors of influenza vaccine uptake in pregnancy: the FluMum prospective cohort study, Australia, 2012–2015
- Parechovirus A infections in healthy Australian children during the first 2-years of life: a community-based longitudinal birth cohort study
- Presenteeism among health care workers with laboratory-confirmed influenza infection: A retrospective cohort study in Queensland, Australia