Clare works part-time as a postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) group within the PHIRG. Her main research focus is soil-transmitted helminths and sanitation interventions in the Asia Pacific region, though recently she has been completing a research project on trachoma in Malawi as part of her master's degree.
Clare's background is in molecular cell biology, where she holds a PhD, and she is currently completing her dual master's degree in Public Health and International Public Health at UNSW. Clare has a varied background, with experience as a Project Manager, Medical Writer and Medical Editor in the Medical Communications industry, and more recently working as a Researcher and Project Manager in the Eastern Cape of South Africa on a large longitudinal cohort study of adolescents with HIV.
Master of Public Health and Master of International Public Health (graduated with excellence September 2020), UNSW Sydney
PhD in Molecular Cell Biology, Medical Research Council, London, UK
BSc (Hons) in Molecular Cell Biology, University College London, UK
The John Hirshman International Health Prize 2019, UNSW Sydney