Laura Dryburgh is an Australian medical doctor currently completing physician specialisation, with an interest in the intersection of health, economics and public policy. 

Laura's key policy interests are equity of health access and health system sustainability. 

Prior to transitioning to medicine, Laura worked in the private financial sector. Over the past five years, she has worked as a medical doctor across various hospitals in a large health district servicing metropolitan and rural populations. 

Laura has developed a broad understanding of healthcare provision in various contexts through volunteering in Pacific Island hospitals, working with refugee healthcare and undertaking a placement with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Alongside clinical work, Laura has been a medical educator for First Nations medical students, contributed to global health initiatives and undertaken clinical research in paediatric cardiology and drug development, presenting the latter in national and international fora.