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Wellington is Project Officer, Global Health, at NCIRS, providing support to the Global Health program area of work. He graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Master of Public Health. Wellington has 9 years’ experience working in the community development sector with a strong focus on empowering vulnerable communities, including people from multicultural backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, young people, families and children, through community development projects and public health initiatives. His interests include, but are not limited to, universal access to equitable healthcare and understanding the attitudes of various communities towards immunisation, both locally and internationally.
Heidi joined NCIRS in June 2019. Previously, Heidi worked at Kids Research in various roles within the operations team for over 12 years. Heidi has experience in various areas of research, including operations support, administration and research animal care.
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