Public health nutrition researcher. Master of Nutrition and Dietetics graduate. Doctorate of Public Health candidate.
I am passionate about improving the health and well-being of marginalized and disadvantaged populations. My main focus areas are nutrition, maternal and child health, Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), HIV, STIs and viral hepatitis.
Throughout my career, I have developed expertise in:
> research management (qualitative, quantitative, clinical trials)
> academic writing for peer-reviewed journals
> public health and clinical services policy development
> health program design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning
> project management including financial, contractual and fundraising responsibilities
> community development
> health promotion
I have gathered diverse experience from academia, non-government, private consultancy, government and research institute settings. Through these networks and experiences, I have become an accomplished and motivated strategist and communicator, developing and harnessing networks to achieve common goals.
Master of Nutrition and Dietetics
Graduate Certificate of Management
Bachelor of Science
Winner of the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) High Achiever Award, 2010
Flinders University Research Scholarship, 2017-ongoing
Chancellor's Letter of Commendation, 2017
Matthew Flinders Scholarship, 2020
Australian Federation of University Women Graduate Centenary Scholarship recipient, 2020
Public Health Research Lead and Teaching Specialist:
>Doctorate of Public Health candidate:
>Teaching specialist for postgraduate topics:
Prior roles with Flinders University:
>Project Manager, GI Global Health Unit:
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