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My field is applied ethics and medicines policy. I am particularly interested in how 21st century technological and social developments impact medicines regulation and access. In 2017 I was awarded my PhD in Medicine at UNSW under the tutelage of Professor Ian Kerridge (bioethics/medicine), Professor Wendy Lipworth (bioethics) and Professor Richard Day(medicine). In 2020 I was awarded the Macquarie University Research Fellowship to pursue my project on the unregulated online medicines marketplace. I have been a senior researcher on tier 1 grants in projects ranging from funding of high cost medicines, to regulation of the stem cell industry, to commercial influences in the reproductive technology industry. 

My academic interests stem from my professional career and my training as a mathematician and bioethicist. As a graduate I developed clinical decision-support systems for neurosurgeons while working at Liverpool Hospital. I then moved into healthcare administration where I implemented quality and safety programs in the South Western Sydney Area Health Service, worked in medication safety policy and projects at both the NSW Ministry of Health and Clinical Excellence Commission. Most recently I worked in the Clinical Ethics Service at South Eastern Sydney Local Health District. This broad exposure to the health system gave me important insights into how decisions about health and welfare are made which informs much of my work. 


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Research Affiliate, The University of Sydney School of Public Health

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