Current Area of Research
Narayan Gyawali joined MCL in May 2018 in a part-time capacity. He completed his Bachelor and Master studies at the institute of Nepal; B. P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences. He has experience in teaching undergraduate medical students and undertaking biomedical and clinical laboratory work in Nepal. He joined Central Queensland University, Australia in 2014 and completed his PhD, ‘Transmission Cycles of Australian Arboviruses’ which was a collaborative project of both Central Queensland University and Queensland University of Technology under Health-CRN Collaborative Research Network. QUT hosted all of his laboratory works under the supervision of Prof. John G. Aaskov. His research interests include studies of clinically important arboviruses, particularly their evolution, transmission cycles, co-infections or potential for emergence challenging the public health. Narayan has published over 25 peer-reviewed papers.