Ms Anna Glynn-Robinson

BSocSc (Hons) (UQ), MPH (UQ), MPhil AppEpi (ANU)
Research Fellow


Anna is an epidemiologist with experience working for the Australian Government and the World Health Organization. Her work has primary focussed on vaccine preventable diseases and bacterial diseases. Anna is an alumni of the Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) program and has strong interests in molecular epidemiology and health diplomacy.

Anna supervisors MAE students supporting them, in consultation with their field supervises, to complete their projects; to convene coursework subjects; provide lectures and support the ongoing curriculum development of the MAE.



  • Sloan-Gardner, T, Glynn-Robinson, A, Roberts-Witteveen, A et al. 2014, 'An outbreak of gastroenteritis linked to a buffet lunch served at a Canberra restaurant', Communicable Diseases Intelligence, vol. 38, no. 4, pp. E273-E278.