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Bronwyn Carlson

Macquarie University
Media Articles: 4 / 4
Government Grants: 6 / 11
Academic Publications: 17 / 22

Bronwyn Carlson is a Professor of Indigenous Studies, Faculty of Arts at Macquarie University. Bronwyn’s research focuses on a number of interrelated themes including the politics of Indigenous identity, with particular interest in what it means to identify as an Aboriginal person today focusing on what constitutes and is constitutive of Aboriginal identity in contemporary times. Her doctoral...

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Maggie Walter

University of Tasmania
Media Articles: 2 / 2
Government Grants: 11 / 27
Academic Publications: 63 / 149

Maggie Walter (PhD) is a palawa woman and Professor of Sociology and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Aboriginal Research and Leadership) at the University of Tasmania. She has an extensive research track record across the fields of race relations, inequality and research methods/methodologies. Her books include Indigenous Statistics: A Quantitative Research Methodology (2013 Routledge: co-authored with C....

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Emma Kowal

Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University, Deakin University
Media Articles: 3 / 3
Government Grants: 9 / 16
Academic Publications: 45 / 90

I am a cultural anthropologist who has previously worked as a medical doctor and public health researcher in Indigenous health settings.

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Anthony Jorm

University of Melbourne
Media Articles: 6 / 6
Government Grants: 22 / 26
Academic Publications: 318 / 522

Prof Tony Jorm is a Professorial Fellow and an NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow. He leads the Population Mental Health Group within the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. His research focuses on building the community’s capacity for prevention and early intervention with mental disorders. Prof Jorm is the author of 20 books or monographs, over 500 journal articles and over...

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James Ward

Flinders University, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, Baker IDI South Australia
Government Grants: 18 / 21
Academic Publications: 69 / 88

Associate Professor James Ward has over 20 years’ experience working within Aboriginal health and communities in Australia. He is a descendent of the Pitjantjatjara and Narrunga clans of central and South Australia and is current Head of Infection and Immunity- Aboriginal Health at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute in South Australia was Deputy Director of Baker IDI in...

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Duane Hamacher

Monash University
Media Articles: 13 / 13
Government Grants: 1 / 2
Academic Publications: 31 / 46

Dr Duane Hamacher is an astronomer and Senior Research Fellow at the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre in Melbourne and an Adjunct Fellow in the Astrophysics Group at the University of Southern Queensland. His research focuses on Indigenous astronomical and geological knowledge and traditions in Australia, Oceania, and Southeast Asia. His current project, funded by a Discovery Early Career...

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Michelle Smith

Monash University
Media Articles: 79 / 79
Government Grants: 2 / 2
Academic Publications: 34 / 57

Michelle Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies at Monash University where she teaches fairy tale and children's literature. One of her primary research areas is Victorian girls’ literature and culture and she is currently completing a study of female beauty entitled “Beautiful Girls: Consumer Culture in British Literature and Magazines, 1850–1914”. Michelle is the author of From...

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Alex Brown

University of South Australia, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute
Government Grants: 30 / 44
Academic Publications: 199 / 306

Aboriginal Physician and Researcher

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Catherine Chamberlain

La Trobe University
Government Grants: 7 / 13
Academic Publications: 29 / 48

I am a registered midwife (BaSc) with public health training (PhD, MScPHP, MPH, GradCert HSM, GCIRL), currently working at the Judith Lumley Centre, La Trobe University. I am interested in evidence based practice, systematic reviews, and research translation to improve maternal-child health, particularly with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. I have over 20 years experience in...

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