Jack Bradley dedicated over 15 years of his life to making a difference at the Kirby Institute. He sadly passed away on 8 January 2019 after a period of illness.
Jack loved his work on HIV prevention and research. He was well known in the gay community and the HIV sector, having worked as a qualitative and quantitative interviewer on the HIM (Health in Men) Study, PH (Positive Health) Study, TOM (Three or More) Study, PASH (Pleasure and Sexual Health) Study, and the Online Seroconversion Study. As a man living with HIV, Jack brought a meaningful and deeper understanding to his engagements with people living with HIV. He was a generous and compassionate man, who offered support, guidance and friendship to everyone he encountered.
Jack led a brilliant and full life. We will remember him as an intelligent, witty, passionate and caring man who was always there for a friendly chat. His loss is being felt throughout the Kirby Institute, and beyond.
What can you do to continue Jack's legacy?
As a tribute to Jack, his loved ones have requested that donations be made to the Kirby Institute. Jack was passionate about providing opportunities for the next generation of researchers, and so these funds will be used to support postgraduate students undertaking research in HIV impacted communities.
Please make sure you type "Jack" in the comment box, so that the donation can be identified and allocated.
All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible in Australia.
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During registration, you also have the option to receive invitations to participate in research studies. Jack's work at the Kirby Institute focussed on research studies which led to improving the health, and better understanding the lives of people in the communities he worked with. By volunteering in a research study, you can contribute to impactful research being conducted at the Kirby Insitute.