Dr Geoff Spurling is Associate Professor at The University of Queensland and General Practitioner at the Inala Indigenous Health Service.

Geoff has been involved in Junior Hospital jobs in regional Queensland and the UK.  In 2001, he spent 12 months on a Medecins sans Frontieres project in Honduras dealing with Chagas disease. In 2003, he was awarded the Maureen Duke and Marian Sullivan Memorial Award for the best result in Queensland in RACGP exam. Geoff started working at The University of Queensland as an academic GP registrar in 2004 and has developed special interests in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, social determinants of health, general practice teaching and the quality use of medicines. In 2014 he was awarded the RACGP Queensland's Faculty award for leadership and service to general practice and the community.