Gemma is a Research Fellow with the Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet). She holds a PhD in social policy and population health from the University of Melbourne.
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RegNet scholar Gemma Carey has been awarded the Aileen Plant Medal for Contributions to Population Health at the 2015 Population Health Congress.
This medal is awarded once every four years by the Public Health Association of Australia, Health Promotion Association of Australia, Australian Epidemiology Association and Australian Faculty of Public Health Medicine. The medal awards Early Career Researchers who have made a significant contribution to the field of population health; are emerging leaders in their field; have undertaken innovative or groundbreaking research, policy development or practice in an area of population health; and exhibit research, leadership and/or advocacy skills which will assist them in raising the profile of their population health issue of interest.
More on Gemma’s research work on her RegNet profile.