Professor Clare Nourse is a Paediatric Infection Specialist at the Queensland Children’s Hospital in Brisbane, Queensland and is a Professor in the School of Clinical Medicine at the University of Queensland. Clare qualified in medicine from Trinity College Dublin and trained at Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children in Dublin, Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne and Mater Children’s Hospital in Brisbane.
Clare has 25 years of experience in tertiary hospital medical practice, specifically in the field of paediatric infection. Her developing country experience includes work in Malawi, work with the International Committee of the Red Cross in Ethiopia and current contribution with Maluk Timor in Timor-Leste.
Clare’s particular clinical and research interests are in TB and HIV infection in children, paediatric health in poor resource countries, staphylococcal infection and refugee health. Clare was a board member of the Mater Hospital Foundation, Brisbane, Queensland 2008-2010.