Ms Kate Doery

MCHM
Research Officer
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Areas of expertise

  • Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Health And Wellbeing 4504
  • Community Child Health 420601
  • Social Epidemiology 420210

Biography

Kate Doery is a Research Officer in the Social-Biology Research Group at the Centre for Social Research and Methods. Kate joined the Soc-Bio research team in 2020. Kate completed her Masters of Culture Health and Medicine with the ANU. Kate is an emerging researcher in health and social science with a specific focus on the social and cultural determinants of health and the impact they have on the lives of children and young people from Indigenous and ethnic minority backgrounds. Kate’s current research focuses on exploring young people’s experiences of racism and discrimination, effects of these experiences, and on co-designing anti-racism strategies. Kate has a strong interest and role in ensuring meaningful community engagement and knowledge translation practices are embedding in all the team’s research projects.

Prior to joining the Soc-Bio team Kate worked as a Research Assistant with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Team, Research School of Population Health, ANU. Kate holds an honorary position with the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, where the Soc-Bio team is co-located.

Publications

Projects and Grants

Grants information is drawn from ARIES. To add or update Projects or Grants information please contact your College Research Office.

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Updated:  20 May 2024 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers