School of Public Health and Community Medicine

Key Staff

   
 

Heather Worth

Head International Program, Professor, PhD Sociology

Social impact, globalisation, politics of HIV, sexuality and gender and socio-economic well-being, development and HIV, social theory, and qualitative research.   

 

Heather Worth

 

Angela Kelly

Senior Research Fellow (PNG IMR Based), PhD Anthropology and Sociology

Social impact of HIV, mental health and HIV; community responses to HIV; rollout of ART; development and HIV; gender and HIV; mixed method research; training and social research capacity building. Speaks Tok Pisin.   

 

Angela Kelly

 

Karen McMillan

Research Associate, Sociologist

Qualitative research methods and social theory, gender issues, inequality, wellbeing and culture, sex work, user experiences of treatment services; HIV and the Pacific.  

 

Karen McMillan

 

Christina Rofe

Project Manager

Administrative support: financial reporting, management of financial delegation, credit cards, international and domestic travel, accommodation and conference organiser for international and domestic events. Secretariat for Medical and Community Human Research Ethics Advisory Panel.

 

Christina Rofe