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Research Biography

Professor Jaquelyne Hughes is Clinical Research Professor Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Advancement within Rural and Remote Health, Flinders University. Based at the Royal Darwin Hospital campus, Prof Hughes is a specialist physician (nephrologist), with experience in chronic kidney disease, dialysis and health systems research and health systems innovative transformation.


Honours, awards and grants

  • Matthew Flinders Professor (2022-ongoing)
  • Deputy Chair, National Indigenous Kidney Transplant Taskforce (2020- current)
  • National Health and Medical Research Council Research Excellence Award for Clinical Trial and Cohort Studies (2019)
  • Australian Indigenous Doctors Association, Doctor of the Year (2019-2020).
  • Top End Health Service, Service Excellence and Innovation Awards, Doing it First (2018)

Research Interests

Professor Hughes leads existing collaborative research including a cohort study called, eGFR Study and a health systems evaluation called Live Strong COVID-safe Frailty-Free after Starting Dialysis project, and will plan the development of emerging research partnerships that will advance health of NT communities.


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Supervisory Interests

  • Chronic condition management and self-management
  • Rural health systems


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