Prof Justin Denholm is an infectious diseases physician with additional qualifications in public health and ethics. He currently practices within public and private settings, providing clinical management of a range of hospital and community associated infectious diseases. Prof Denholm has particular expertise and interest in tuberculosis, COVID-19, Q fever and infectious disease transmission, including occupationally acquired infectious diseases.
Prof Denholm completed his Bachelor of Medicine at Newcastle University, before obtaining his Master of Bioethics at Monash University. Prof Denholm has since gained fellowship to the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and completed his PhD at the University of Melbourne. In 2022, he completed a Master of Health Administration.
Prof Denholm is an active clinical and public health researcher, involved in clinical trials and other studies relating to infections including tuberculosis, COVID-19 and Staphylococcus aureus.
Prof Denholm has been accredited since 2010 for assessments under the American Medical Association Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 4thE (Victoria, Tasmania). He is available as a WorkSafe, TAC & Wrongs Act Impairment Assessor and Joint Medical Examiner.
Prof Justin Denholm is available for consultation to discuss infectious diseases via telehealth or file review. Contact the Azure head office for further information.