Dr Rachelle Arkles is an Adjunct Fellow with a background in social and intercultural research in diverse community and population settings. These include indigenous health and wellbeing, immigrant health and global health. Her expertise draws from qualitative, interdisciplinary and phenomenological research approaches.
Kenny is an Adjunct Principal Health Economist at the Translational Health Research Institute. His central focus is trying to support decision makers to improve population health and well-being by making better use of resources. He conducts economic evaluation of health and non-health sector policies to identify best value interventions, and works with decision makers to translate evidence into practice.
Zelalem Mengesha is an Adjunct Fellow at the Translational Health Research Institute. He has an interest in the areas of equity in health, refugee and migrant health, critical public health, and qualitative and mixed methods research.
Chloe has an interest in the areas of gender, sexuality, embodiment, critical health psychology and qualitative methodologies. She is working on a number of projects in the institute with an emphasis on experiences of gender and sexuality in the context of health and illness.
Lal Rawal is a Senior Lecturer-Public Health with CQUniversity. He is also an Adjunct Fellow with School of Social Science and Psychology, Western Sydney University. He has extensive experience in the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of a range of large-scale public health and related research projects across countries of Asia and Australia. Dr. Rawal’s areas of research interest include epidemiological studies; implementation science research; health systems and policy.
A/Prof Anoop Sankaranarayanan is Senior Staff Specialist Psychiatrist and is currently consultant psychiatrist for the Melaleuca Unit, Blacktown Hospital and the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team, Blacktown.
Mel is currently working as a Clinical Midwife at Nepean Hospital in NSW and is currently an Adjunct Fellow at Western Sydney University and Associate Member of the Translational Health Research Institute as part of a Clinical Research Fellowship program.
Professor Wynne is a Registered Nurse with expertise in point-of-care practice patterns, recovery trajectory and symptoms that prevent wellness. She is a passionate advocate and mentor of clinicians engaged in research.