Public Health: Chiedza Machingaidze
Chiedza Machingaidze graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Master of Public Health in 2014. Now, Chiedza works at WHO as a data analyst in Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo.
Public Health: Shwetha Shankar
Dr Shwetha Shankar graduated with a Master of Public Health from the University of Melbourne and also holds a Bachelor of Dental Surgery. With a keen interest in health promotion, Shwetha works toward shifting community attitudes, driving policy change and improving the provision of health service to populations in need.
Public Health: Aung Ko Win
Aung Ko Win (MPH 2009, PhD 2014, GCert Teaching 2016) is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Since graduating, Aung has received an Early Career Fellowship from the National Health and Medical.
Public Health: Charlotte Ramage
Charlotte Ramage graduated with a Bachelor of Biomedicine and Master of Public Health from the University of Melbourne.
Public Health: Keryn Bird
Keryn Bird (MPH 2015) has an extensive background in health promotion, with over four years’ experience working as a Project Officer.
Public Health: Lynette Phuong
Lynette Phuong’s passion for social justice is reflected in her work supporting digital inclusion and her time spent volunteering for the Australian Red Cross.
Public Health: Chelsea Brown
Chelsea Brown is an epidemiologist currently working with the WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis and the Neuroepidemiology Unit within the Centre of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Melbourne.
Public Health: Dr S. Ghazaleh Dashti
Dr Gazaleh Dashti was awarded the Melbourne Research Scholarship in 2016 and began her PhD at the Centre of Epidemiology and Biostatistics within the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.
Public Health: Bruce Clezy
Bruce Clezy (Master of Public Health, 2016) has had an incredibly diverse and interesting career that has led him to Jakarta, Indonesia where he currently works as a registered nurse for Yayasan Rumah Rachel.
Public Health: Dr. Albert Khoa Dang Ho
Frustrated by the largely preventable problems he saw working as a General Practitioner, Albert Khoa Dang Ho embarked upon a Masters of Public Health.
Public Health: Dr. Su Mon Latt
Myanmar's overall health system performance is considered to be one of the poorest in the world. Australia Awards scholarship recipient Dr. Su Mon Latt studied her Master of Public Health in the hope that she can help to transform the community health services in her home country.
Public & Oral Health: Tan Nguyen
Tan Nguyen completed both a Bachelor of Oral Health and a Master of Public Health (Health Economics) at the University of Melbourne.
Public Health: Joanna Williams
Joanna Williams is a public health advocate and Director of Strategy at Bits and Bods, an inclusive digital platform for teens.
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