Congratulations THRI Graduates!

THRI Grad 2023Congratulations to our recent THRI PhD graduates! We wish you all the best with your future endeavours!

  • Dr Lalithambigai Rajagopal - Living with Breast Cancer: The Lived Experience and the Role of Social Support Among Women of South Asian Origin in Australia
    ~ Where are you now? Taking a temporary break from the academic field and focusing on high school teaching
  • Dr Moin Uddin Ahmed - Epidemiological and Economic Burden of Diabetes-related Foot Disease among Older Adults in New South Wales, Australia
    ~ Where are you now? Health Economist, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney
  • Dr Kedir Yimam Ahmed - Modelling trends, determinants and health effects of infant and young child feeding practices in Ethiopia from 2000 to 2016
    ~ Where are you now? Research Fellow of Epidemiology, Rural Health Research Institute, Charles Sturt University
  • Dr Rosie Charter - The Experiences of Parenthood Amongst Transgender Parents in Australia
  • Dr Tensae Mekonnen - Maternal health service utilization in Ethiopia: A secondary analysis of the Ethiopian Demographic and Health survey
    ~ Where are you now? Research Technical Officer, Western Sydney Local health district Blacktown Hospital Metabolic and Weight Loss Program
  • Dr Paul Fahey - An Algorithm for Augmenting Cancer Registry Data for Epidemiological Research Applied to Oesophageal Cancers
    ~ Where are you now? Senior Lecturer (Biostatistics), School of Health Sciences, Western Sydney University
  • Dr Piumee Bandara - Domestic violence and suicidal behaviour in Sri Lanka
    ~ Where are you now? Consultant in suicide prevention, World Health Organization
  • Dr Sithum Munasinghe - Optimal care pathways to improve the effectiveness of primary mental health care services and reduce subsequent self-harm incidence in Western Sydney, Australia
    ~ Where are you now? Associate research fellow- health data analytics, THRI
  • Dr Mansi Dhami - The Epidemiology of Infants and Young Child Feeding Practices in India
    ~ Where are you now? Paediatric Basic Physician Trainee (Paediatric Senior Resident Medical Officer), Sydney Children’s Hospital Network: The Children's Hospital at Westmead

Read more about their student experiences here (opens in a new window)