Honorary Professor Guy Barrington Marks

Honorary Professor
Medicine, Central Clinical School
Woolcock Institute of Medical Research

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Curriculum vitae

Research interests

To improve respiratory health by applying novel and powerful study design and analysis methods to important problems.

Current national competitive grants*


Understanding and ameliorating the human health effects of exposure to air pollution: from knowledge to policy and public health practice
Marks G, Jalaludin B, Morawska L, Williams G, Leeder S, Abramson M, Jones A, Morgan G, Dharmage S
NHMRC Centres of Research Excellence ($2,411,828 over 5 years)


Prcatitioner Fellowship Level 2
Marks G
NHMRC Career Award: Practitioner Fellowship ($514,465 over 5 years)


A new direction for TB control in highly endemic countries: a RCT of active case finding
Marks G, Britton W, Sy D, Nhung N, Wood J
NHMRC Project Grant ($1,296,645 over 5 years)

Exploring the role of respiratory virus infections in childhood asthma exacerbations
Tovey E, Marks G, Oliver B, Rawlinson W, Reddel H, Smith W
NHMRC Project Grant ($575,775 over 4 years)

A randomized clinical trial comparing effectiveness of 4RIF and 9INH for treatment of latent TB infection
Marks G, Menzie R, Seale J
NHMRC Project Grant ($472,625 over 5 years)


CCRE in Interdisciplinary Sleep Health
Grunstein R, Anderson C, Liu P, Cistulli P, Glozier N, Armour C, Robinson P, Marks G
National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Clinical Research Excellence ($2,500,000 over 6 years)

* Grants administered through the University of Sydney

International links

Vietnam. (National Hospital for Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, Hanoi, Vietnam) Project on active case finding among contacts of patients with TB.
United Kingdom. (Respiratory Epidemiology Unit, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College, London) Burden of Obstructive Lung Disease project.
Canada. (Montreal Chest Institute, McGill University Health Center) Collaborator in randomised controlled trial of preventive interventions for TB.