PROJECT ACTION TEAM

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DR GEMMA CRAWFORD

Senior Lecturer & Researcher

CERIPH, Curtin School of Population Health

 For 20+ years, Gemma has worked as a pracademic across public health and health promotion practice, advocacy, leadership, policy, teaching and research. She explores issues of health equity, migration and population mobility using qualitative and mixed methods and with a focus on translation and practical application.

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Dr Krysten Blackford

Lecturer & Researcher

CERIPH, Curtin School of Population Health

Krysten teaches and coordinates a range of health promotion and public health units.  She has strong practice with health promotion research skills; mixed methods research experience; strengths in quantitative data analysis; experience managing complex research projects and research translation.

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dr Kahlia McCausland

Senior Research Officer

CERIPH, Curtin School of Population Health

 Kahlia has expertise in mixed-methods research and is an experienced research project manager. She has worked across numerous projects, particularly in the areas of sexual health and working with marginalised populations.

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Eliza
Lock

Research Assistant

CERIPH, Curtin School of Population Health

Eliza is a health promotion graduate from an IUHPE accredited degree. She has volunteered with public health organisations broadening her knowledge in sexual health and CaLD and migrant populations and gaining research and evaluation experience. 

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION TEAM

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ROANNA LOBO

Senior Research Fellow

Curtin School of Population Health

Roanna is a health promotion practitioner and evaluation expert who specialises in outcomes based measurement and work with priority populations.

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Alison reid

Associate Professor
Curtin School of Population Health

Alison is a public health, and environmental and occupational health and safety epidemiologist.

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YUN ZHAO

Associate Professor

Curtin School of Population Health

Yun is a public health biostatistician with expertise in study design, data management and complex analyses.

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RICHARD NORMAN

Associate Professor

Curtin School of Population Health

Richard is a health economist with interest in the economic evaluation of healthcare, and measurement and valuation of quality of life.