Members

Janette Perz is the Institute Director and Professor of Health Psychology. She researches in the field of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) with a particular focus on gendered experiences, subjectivity and identity. She has demonstrated expertise in research design and analysis, and mixed-methods research.
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Janette Perz

Jane Ussher is Professor of Women's Health Psychology. Her research focuses on examining gendered factors underlying mental health problems, subjectivity in relation to the reproductive body and sexuality, and the gendered experience of cancer and cancer care.
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Jane Ussher

Professor Hay is an academic psychiatrist who is recognised internationally for her expertise in reducing the personal and public health burden of eating disorders and obesity. She has over 200 peer reviewed publications, written and co-edited several books, and has won several awards, notably the 2015 Australian and New Zealand Academy Lifetime Achievement award.
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Phillipa Hay

Professor and Chair of Epidemiology in the Translational Health Research Institute, with over 10 years research experience in epidemiology, psychology and public health research, and a developed track record in social determinants of health, suicide and mental health, injury prevention, breast cancer screening, sexual health, agricultural health, and adverse events following immunisation.
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Andrew Page

Pranee Liamputtong is a medical anthropologist and Professor of Public Health at the School of Science and Health, Western Sydney University. She has a particular interest in issues relating to cultural and social influences on childbearing, childrearing, motherhood, reproductive health, sexuality and sexual health.
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Pranee Liamputtong

Professor Caroline Smith has a background in evidence based research in relation to acupuncture, complementary therapies, integration of Chinese medicine and biomedical research protocols, predominantly in the areas of women's health. She has extensive experience in the design, conduct and analysis of randomised controlled trials.
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Caroline Smith

Professor Dafna Merom is a Professor of Physical Activity and Health in the School of Science and Health. Her academic background comprises of education, exercise science including PDHPE and Dance Teaching Diplomas, master in public health major in epidemiology, health education and health promotion.
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Dafna Merom

Wendy graduated with the University Medal in Medicine from the University of Sydney in 1986 and went on to specialise in General Practice with special interests in Child Health. Her research interests and expertise include qualitative and mixed methods research, educational leadership and management, research training, faculty development, and the experiences of students, staff and consumers.
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Wendy Hu

Professor Renzaho is a Professor of Humanitarian and Development Studies in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology at Western Sydney University. He undertakes research in public health in complex humanitarian emergencies and the effectiveness of development assistance in developing countries.

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Andre Renzaho

Professor Sheree Smith is committed to high quality research and evidenced based practice.  Her areas of research interest include health technology; health behaviour associated with infection; dyspnoea; multi-morbidity in chronic disease; and respiratory health care service delivery using quantitative and qualitative research designs.
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Sheree Smith

Stephen Tomsen is a sociologist and criminologist, and Professor of Criminology at Western Sydney University. He is an acknowledged international figure in research on violence, gender/sexuality, and drinking and drug use (AOD) and has delivered numerous papers at national and international conferences and meetings on these topics. His output includes eight books/research monographs and dozens of refereed articles and papers.
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Stephen Tomsen

Virginia Schmied is Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery and the Family and Community Health (FaCH) research group. She is a registered midwife and a registered nurse with experience extends across clinical practice, education, research and consultancy.

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Jennifer Reath is the Foundation Peter Brennan Chair of General Practice at the University. Her areas of research/teaching interest and expertise include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, Health service development and evaluation, Educational policy, Curriculum development and implementation, and Medical education in a developing world context.
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Jennifer Reath

Tanya Meade is a Professor of Clinical Psychology and a Head of Discipline, Psychology. She also holds a role of a Director of Clinical and Health Psychology Research Initiative (CaHPRI) in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology.
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Tanya Meade

Professor Athula Ginige is a professor of Information Technology in the School of Computing, Engineering & Math. At present he is researching Web Engineering, eTransformation and how to provide remote healthcare.

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David is the Professor of Medicine at the Western Sydney University Macarthur Clinical School, Head of the Campbelltown Hospital Endocrinology Department, Chair of the Campbelltown Hospital Clinical Council, Director of the Diabetes Obesity and Metabolism Translation Unit (DOMTRU) and Co-Director of the Diabetes Obesity and Metabolism Clinical Academic Group of the Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research and Enterprise.
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David Simmons

Professor Kerry Robinson is in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology (SSAP) and is the leader of the Sexualities & Genders Research (SaGR) cluster located in the school. Her research interests include: sexuality and gender issues; LGBTQ issues; childhood, gender and sexuality; transgender and gender diverse children and young people; sexual citizenship; sexual harassment and gender and sexuality based violence; and sexuality education.
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Kerry Robinson

Gerald Muench is a Professor of Pharmacology in the School of Medicine. His major project focus is on Alzheimer's disease with a special emphasis on carbonyl stress in age-related and neurodegenerative processes, and also looking at brain inflammation as a major progression factor in Alzheimer's disease, now widely accepted.
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Dr Lynn Kemp is recognised as an international leader in the field of early childhood interventions in primary and community health and translational research. Her local, national and international research in early childhood is bringing quality evidence-based early intervention programs to vulnerable families with young children in Australia and world-wide.
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Lynn Kemp

Federico Girosi is an Associate Professor in the School of Medicine. He is a health economist and modeler with interests in questions regarding the efficiency of the Australian health care system. He is also the Head of Research of the Health Program of Capital Market CRC (CMCRC).
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Federico Girosi

Kath Peters is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Western Sydney University. She is a registered nurse and has extensive experience in clinical practice, teaching and research.
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Kath Peters

Karen Liu is an occupational therapist who has practiced in Australia, Hong Kong and USA with over 25 years of clinical and research experience. She conducts research using various strategies to enhance people’s functional performance.
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Karen Liu

Dr Paul Breen is an Associate Professor in the Biomedical Engineering and Neuromorphic Systems (BENS) research program at The MARCS Institute. His work focuses on identifying addressable real-world problems, utilising embedded systems technology to build solutions to these problems, while working closely with industry partners to bring these solutions to commercial reality. Research interests include neuromodulation as a treatment for the loss of sensory function and morphic sensor technology for truly wearable diagnostics.
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Paul Breen

Lucie Ramjan is an Associate Professor and Academic Course Advisor (ACA) for International Programs and the Master of Primary Health Care in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. She is a qualitative and mixed method researcher who is committed to educational research and mental health research, particularly in the area of eating disorders.
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Lucie Ramjan

Kenny is 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.
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Kenny Lawson

A/Prof Ilse Blignault is a Principal Research Fellow in public health with a broad ranging expertise in clinical and community psychology, social anthropology and health services research and evaluation. Ilse has specialist expertise in mental health and social and emotional wellbeing.
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Ilse Blignault

Associate Professor Amanda Third is Principal Research Fellow in Digital Social and Cultural Research in the Institute for Culture and Society. Her research focuses on the socio-cultural dimensions of young people's technology use, with particular emphases on children's rights in the digital age, the intergenerational dynamics shaping technology practice, and vulnerable young people's technological engagements.
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Amanda Third

Tim Karl graduated from the Leipniz University of Hanover (Germany) in 2003 with a PhD in Zoology (Behavioural Neuroscience). Until 2008, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Garvan Institute working on rodent models for anxiety and schizophrenia.
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Dr Bronwyn Everett is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. Her primary research interest lies in preventing and managing chronic disease, specifically cardiovascular disease and diabetes. She is particularly interested in health literacy and English language proficiency and how these impact on self-management of chronic conditions.
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Bronwyn Everett

Dr Ajesh George is an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University and Honorary Associate Professor in the Faculty of Dentistry at University of Sydney. He is a Dentist with extensive experience in interdisciplinary oral health care and is a leading expert in Australia in providing oral health training to nurses/midwives and translating oral health guidelines into their practice.
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Ajesh George

Professor Lesley Wilkes is the Professor of Nursing at the Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research. Her research has received high community recognition nationally and internationally through extensive media coverage showcasing her research expertise in areas such as organisational violence, family and community health, prostate cancer, and child-to-mother violence, through both radio and television networks.
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Lesley Wilkes

Dr Slewa-Younan is a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health at the School of Medicine, Western Sydney University. She has special interest in the mental health of resettled refugees and has been working with the NSW Transcultural Mental Health Centre since 2001.
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Shameran

Dr Arianne Reis is Director of Academic Program in the Master of Public Health at Western Sydney University. Her current research focuses on the ways active leisure can promote healthy living and social justice. Dr Reis is also engaged in research examining student learning experiences, particularly focused on student mental wellbeing.
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Arianne Reis

Dr Penny Abbott is an academic general practitioner, working as a senior lecturer at the Department of General Practice. One of her primary roles is supervising and undertaking research within the Department, with a particular focus on collaboration, social justice and clinical and health services research important to primary care and the community.
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Penny Abbott

Judy Mannix is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Academic Program (Postgraduate) in the School of Nursing & Midwifery. Judy is an experienced academic, actively contributing to nurse education since 1985. Her professional interests focus on nurse education and practice, nursing leadership, workforce issues, and family health.

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Judy Mannix

Seyed is currently a Senior Lecturer in Computing and ICT at Western Sydney University. His main teaching and research interests include: computer networking, management and security of networked systems, analysis, control and management of complex systems, artificial intelligence applications, and health ICT.
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Seyed Shahrestani

Brahm is the Director of Engagement and Senior Lecturer in Community Engaged Learning at the Western Sydney University School of Medicine.

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Brahm Marjadi

Kingsley Agho is a Senior Lecturer in Biostatistics at the School of Science and Health. He has over 15 years’ experience in the design and analysis of large epidemiological studies including longitudinal and cluster RCT data. Another key research interest of Kingsley is in Epidemiology, Global health and water management and engineering– one to one water saving program for high water users.
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Kingsley Agho

Rebekah completed her PhD in Medical Psychology in 2002. Her program of research is driven by a commitment to ensuring that an evidence-based approach is taken to address the support needs of children and families who experience adversity. Her vision is that all children will be supported to thrive, regardless of the circumstances in which they were born.
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Rebekah Grace

Dr Philippa Collin is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University. A social scientist, Philippa researches the role of the digital in the social, cultural and political lives of young people, with a focus on the implications for the promotion of mental health, wellbeing and citizenship.
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Philippa Collin

Michael uses human stem cells to better understand normal human development and also the causes of disease progression. Specifically, his research group uses human pluripotent stem cells (i.e. cells that can produce any cell type of the body) to identify causes and potential treatments for cataract, macular degeneration, and other diseases of ageing such as gut motility disorders.
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Michael O'Connor

Evan Alexandrou is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the Western Sydney University as well as a Clinical Nurse Consultant in the Intensive Care Unit at Liverpool Hospital where he coordinates the Central Venous Access Service which is internationally renowned for its clinical expertise in vascular access procedures.
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Evan Alexandrou

Dr Cheema is a Senior Lecturer of Sport & Exercise Science at Western Sydney University. His research to date has demonstrated the effectiveness of exercise training in chronically diseased and at-risk populations, including individuals with end-stage renal disease, breast cancer and type 2 diabetes mellitus.
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Bobby Cheema

I am currently a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health at the School of Medicine, University of Western Sydney. I have now been working in the field of mental health and psychology for over 15 years having worked at SESIAHS, NSW Health, Macquarie University and the Australian College of Applied Psychology.
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Natalie Morrison

Dr Lauretta Luck is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Western Sydney, Australia and has many years teaching in the tertiary sector both at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels.

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Lauretta Luck

I am a Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology. My research interests lie at the intersection of Computational Modelling, Cognitive Neuroscience, and Clinical Neuropsychology. Currently, I am interested in understanding learning and cognitive function in various psychiatric and neurological disorders.
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Ahmed Moustafa

Dr Kathy Tannous is a Senior Research Fellow at the Translational Health Research Institute. Her current research areas include the evaluation of Fire and Rescue New South Wales Home Fire Safety Checks Program from the firefighters' perspective. She is a senior lecturer in the School of Business with an active research program in aspects of health economics, economic evaluation studies, and community care.

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As an academic music therapist and health services researcher, I am passionate about research and its capacity to inform the evidence base and education, changing health care practices in the future via translational knowledge.

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Alison Short

Vita Birzniece is a Senior Lecturer in Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Western Sydney University. She leads the Metabolic Research Unit at Blacktown Clinical School, investigating the mechanisms how body composition is regulated by hormones. Special focus is on developing a novel safe treatment for sarcopenia, and the use of resistance training and diabetes drugs to supress cancer progression.
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Vita Birzniece

Dr Amit Arora is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health and a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Research Fellow in the School of Science and Health. His research interests include health promotion, life-course epidemiology, socio-economic inequality in health, prevention and management of chronic diseases and health literacy.

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Dr Emma George is a Senior Lecturer and Academic Course Advisor in Health and Physical Education at Western Sydney University. With a background in physical activity and health promotion, her research aims to promote lifelong physical activity and improve health outcomes.
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Emma George

Dr Jannine Bailey is a Senior Lecturer, Rural Health and Research at the Bathurst Rural Clinical School, Western Sydney University. She is involved in public health and health services research, with particular focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, broader rural health issues and health service delivery in rural and regional communities.
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Jannine Bailey

Dr Ann Dadich is a Senior Lecturer within the School of Business who is actively pursuing a research program on health service management – notably, knowledge translation.

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Ann Dadich

Dr Milan Piya is a Senior Lecturer in Diabetes at the School of Medicine, Macarthur Clinical School at Western Sydney University. He is also working as an endocrinologist as part of the Macarthur Diabetes Service at Campbelltown Hospital (including obesity services) and the Diabetes Obesity Metabolism Transitional Research Unit (DOMTRU).
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Milan Piya

I am a clinical psychologist specialising in eating disorders and obesity. My main research program has focused on the possible effects of obesity and associated correlates (inflammation, arterial stiffness, diabetes) on cognition, and whether cognition and cognitive processes impact on eating behaviour and body image. I have also focused on developing or modifying treatments for obesity and eating disorders.

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Chloe is a Senior Lecturer in sport & exercise science in the School of Science and Health. Her research focus is cardiovascular control, in particular the responses to physiological challenges such as exercise and orthostasis, and the effects of time of day.
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Chloe Taylor

David Mahns is a Senior Lecturer in Integrative Physiology at the School of Medicine, Western Sydney University. He specializes in quantifying the contribution of sensory nerves arising from skin and deep structures such as muscle and bone to perception.

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Paul Fahey, Senior Lecturer in Biostatistics, has over 30 years experience as a statistician in multi-disciplinary health research teams.

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Paul Fahey

Dr Evan Atlantis is Senior Lecturer at Western Sydney University and Visiting Research Fellow at The University of Adelaide. He is a research leader with over 13 years’ professional experience in chronic conditions, psychological distress, and health promotion research based on randomised controlled trials, large observational studies, and systematic reviews.
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Evan Atlantis

Doctor Caleb Ferguson is a Senior Research Fellow at the Western Sydney Nursing & Midwifery Research Centre (WSNMRC) and holds a conjoint appointment at Western Sydney University and Western Sydney Local Health District. Dr Ferguson is a Registered Nurse with over a decades clinical experience caring for individuals with stroke, neurological and cardiovascular conditions.

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Caleb Ferguson

Stacy Blythe is a lecturer and Director of Engagement & International in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the Western Sydney University. Her research interests include: infant mental health, substance exposed infants, foster care, foster carers, the foster care family.
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Stacy Blythe

Jennifer MacRitchie is a Senior Research Fellow for the Health and Wellbeing theme at Western Sydney. She is based in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts, and has research expertise across electrical engineering, music and cognitive science. Her research focuses on using music learning as a health and wellbeing intervention, particularly for older adults.
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Jennifer MacRitchie

Dr Tinashe Dune's research, teaching and publications focus on sexual marginalization and health inequities. Namely she explores the phenomenological experiences of sexuality, sexual health, sexual wellbeing and cross-cultural understandings of sexuality in marginalised populations.
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Tinashe Dune

Carolyn has dual qualifications in Western and Chinese medicine, and postgraduate research experience in acupuncture for women’s health. She is passionate about the translation of safe, well-evidenced integrative therapies into conventional practice.
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Carolyn Ee

Dr Elizabeth Conroy is a Research Fellow with expertise in cross-sectional and longitudinal survey methodology, mixed methods research, and program evaluation. Her research addresses the health inequities experienced by marginalised populations, such as the homeless and asylum seekers.
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Elizabeth Conroy

Neil Hall has been a lecturer at WSU since 1997 where he teaches in the Bachelor of Social Work, specialising in group work. He researches both individually and collaboratively in the areas of men and boys, engagement, and health & wellbeing.

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I am a research fellow in the Translational Research & Social Innovation (TReSI) Group in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. My research is at the interface of health and education. Particular areas of interest are centred on times of transition, particularly for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander families and families experiencing vulnerabilities.
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Cathy Kaplun

Dr Genevieve Steiner is a cognitive neuroscientist and leads teams in the HEADBOX and NICM Neurocognition Labs. Dr Steiner’s research spans the early detection, prevention, and treatment of cognitive decline in older age, mild cognitive impairment, and dementia. The aim of Dr Steiner’s work is to improve the health outcomes of older adults at risk of cognitive decline.
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Gen Steiner

Dr Kristy Coxon is a registered occupational therapist, lecturer and early carer researcher. She has a program of research in driving, community mobility and participation across the lifespan. Clinically, she has extensive experience in rehabilitation, program development and evaluation for people with chronic airway limitation and area wide representation on clinical collaboratives.
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Kristy Coxon

Haider Mannan, PhD is Lecturer in biostatistics having research expertise in development and validation of risk models for predicting CVD, diabetes, obesity, smoking, disability, surgical treatments for CVD, the evaluation of population health interventions, statistical methods and computer programs for longitudinal health data analysis.
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Haider Mannan

Dr Amy Tan is the Academic Course Advisor and a lecturer of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the School of Science and Health. Her research focus is in complementary and integrative medicine, with a focus on Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture. She is also passionate about improving the education and training of Chinese medicine practitioners.
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Amy Tan

Dr Freya MacMillan has been a Lecturer in Interprofessional Health Sciences, based in the School of Science and Health, since February 2015. Freya's research expertise is in the use of qualitative and quantitative techniques to measure and improve the knowledge base on the role of lifestyle behaviours (particularly physical activity) in health promotion and to guide intervention development and evaluation.
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Freya MacMillan

Kev is a Criminologist and Sociologist interested in drug use, violence, social marginalisation, as well as related areas of social and cultural theory. He has conducted several research projects on the non-medical use of pain medications as well as the social position of people who inject drugs.
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Kev Dertadian

Dr Catharine Fleming is a Lecturer in Public Health in the School of Science and Health. Dr Fleming has research and professional experience is in public health, behavioural health science, paediatric nutrition, oncology and chronic disease management
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Catharine Fleming

Rakime Elmir is a registered midwife and lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. Her research explores birth trauma, perinatal mental health, women’s health, nursing education and midwifery education.

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Rakime Elmir

Gill is a lecturer in the school of Nursing and Midwifery at Western Sydney University. She has worked as a mental health nurse for 20 years, with experiences in forensic, in-patient, community and emergency mental health services. Her current research programme focuses on mental illness; loss and recovery.

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Dr Olayide Ogunsiji is a registered nurse and lecturer at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University, Australia. Her research interest focuses on Migrant and Refugee Health and she has worked closely with African Women on various health issues.

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Rashid Flewellen is primarily responsible for co-teaching the Community Research attachment for Year 4 medical students and his clinical work involves providing interventions as a critical care Social Worker in the emergency department and intensive care units at St George and Sutherland Hospitals-South Eastern Sydney Local Health District.
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Dr Kate McBride is a Lecturer in Population Health with the Translational Health Research Institute and School of Medicine and has over 10 years experience in epidemiological and public health research. Kate has expertise in cancer prevention through optimal use of screening as well as the development and evaluation of public health interventions to prevent and manage chronic conditions.
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Kate McBride

I have been working at Western Sydney University as a lecturer in Clinical Psychology since 2014 after graduating with a PhD from Macquarie University. My research interests are in the area of qualitative research, particularly methods using a critical discursive approach.
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Janet Conti

Dr Ogbo is a lecturer in the Master of Epidemiology and MBBS degree programs at the School of Medicine, Western Sydney University. His research interests include global health, and maternal and child health, including childhood undernutrition.

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I am a Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. I have experience and qualifications including nursing, midwifery, child and family, law and health management.

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Lyn Francis

As an experienced clinician researcher and scientist, my primary research interest is in the prevention and management of diabetes related foot disease. My current research focuses on advanced wound assessment using novel point of care techniques such as ultrasound and biochemistry techniques.

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Ruth is a descendent of the Biripi nation of Taree in northern NSW, working as a research fellow in the Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Stream of the Sydney Partnership for Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE), called Maridulu Budyari Gumal.
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Dr Haleh Shahidipour is part of the research team at the Blacktown Clinical School and Research Centre. Her current research is focused on understanding the effect of the anti-diabetic drug Metformin on prostate cancer.

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Research Fellow, Translational Health Research Institute, PhD candidate in the Future Health Leaders program, UNSW. Her research focus is investigating the nature and degree of transformation and empowerment experienced by postgraduate students as they engage with Aboriginal health and wellbeing.
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Sally Fitzpatrick

Steven Trankle is a Research Fellow in the School of Medicine. He has an academic background in Psychology and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. He has experience with a range of research methodologies and their consonant theoretical approaches.
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Steven Trankle

Dr. Sheeja Perumbil Pathrose is a Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. She is a quantitative method researcher and her research has largely concentrated on studies that investigated practical aspects affecting vulnerable and sick infants and children.

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Sheeja Pathrose

Dr Armour is a postdoctoral research fellow working in the area of women's health. His background is a mixture of western and eastern medicine, having completed an honours degree in Biomedicine before training as a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner and completing his PhD in period pain. His research areas include menstruation, endometriosis, dysmenorrhea, and traditional Chinese medicine.
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Mike Armour

Sandra Garrido is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Music Cognition and Action program at the MARCS Institute for Brain Behaviour & Development. With a background in both music history and psychology, her work focuses on the use of music for mood regulation and to improve mental health and wellbeing in both historical and modern day contexts.
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Sandra Garrido

Tania is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology. She has been involved in several research trials examining the effectiveness of psychological therapies in the treatment of bipolar disorder and depression. She has also participated in longitudinal studies of young people 'at risk' of developing bipolar disorder and in the area of adolescent mental health.
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Tania Perich

Teresa Swist is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society. She is part of the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre's Safe and Well Online project - researching social communications in the promotion of young people's safety and wellbeing.
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Teresa Swist

Dr Alex Hawkey is an Associate Research Fellow at the Translational Health Research Institute. She has a MPH and has recently completed her PhD looking at sexual and reproductive health of migrant and refugee women. She has a particular interest in issues relating to women’s sexual and reproductive health including menstruation, sexuality and fertility.
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Alex Hawkey

Dr Caroline Robertson is passionate about making a difference to people’s lives and helping rural communities live healthier and happier for longer. Her research interests include: the impact of neurophysiological responses to exercise on long term brain health and offsetting mental illness, understanding motivation behind lifestyle changes and the implementation of successful programs to improve health outcomes.
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Caroline Robertson