Lorna is the Poche Research Fellow for Poche SA + NT in Mparntwe (Alice Springs). Lorna has a background in health, education and training and Indigenous health research.
Bachelor of Teaching (EBTCHA), Northern Territory University, Casuarina, 1995.
Masters of Education in Adult Education (MEd) University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, 2005.
Enrolled in Doctorate in Public Health (DrPH) part-time, Flinders University, SA, 2018. Lorna’s DrPH thesis is a collaboration with Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation (The Purple House) about Exploring ‘Yanangu’ experiences of ‘Kurrunpa Wanka’ (a good life).
The Central Australia Academic Health Science Network (CA AHSN). MRFF 2020 Rapid Applied Research Translation (RART) Grant application. Better health and social outcomes through culturally responsive research and knowledge translation for Aboriginal people of Central Australia and Barkly regions. McCarthy, L., Murakami-Gold, L., Aitken, R. & Hines, S. Award date: 7/11/21.
First Nation Researchers Collective, Flinders University. Leadership Group: Dr Natalie Harkin, Dr Karla Canuto, Ms Lorna Murakami-Gold with Anna Schkabaryn and Dr Simone Tur and Dr Jen Beaudry. 2022.
Awarded the Women’s Health Research Translation Network, Emerging Leaders Fellowship. 12-month position. 2021.
Awarded Indigenous E- Learning Champion Networks for Very Remote Community Microbusiness, School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems, (SAIKS), Charles Darwin University (CDU), 2006.
Independent researcher for Menzies School of Health Research (MSHR) study ‘Intravenous Iron Polymaltose for Indigenous Patients with High Ferritin Levels on Haemodialysis (INFERR) in Central Australia.
Member of MSHR Child Health Division Indigenous Child Health Indigenous Reference Group;
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