The Gender and Women’s Health team undertake qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research, and have particular expertise in participatory health research, qualitative evidence synthesis, and causal and longitudinal epidemiological analysis. We have strong credentials in community engagement and in contributing to the translation of research into change in policy and practice.
Professor Olena Hankivsky, Head, Gender and Women's Health
Dr Ali Barr, Research Fellow, Social Epidemiology
Dr Meghan Bohren, Lecturer, Gender and Health
Liz Gill-Atkinson , Research Assistant
Sarah Khaw, Research Assistant
Erika Martino, Research Fellow, Health Housing
Dr Suzanne Mavoa, Senior Research Fellow. Environment and Health
Dr Ankur Singh, Research Fellow, Social Epidemiology
Claire Sullivan, Research Assistant
We conduct impactful, policy-relevant research with collaborators from universities across Australia, and in the UK, USA, Europe, and Asia. We also work in partnership with government agencies, non-government and community-based organisations, and UN agencies. In addition to the academic literature, our research is often cited in policy documents, submissions to government, and the media.
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