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Research Biography

Kirstin is currently the course coordinator for the Graduate Diploma in Environmental Health and Master of Environmental Health. She is an active member of Environmental Health Australia, the professional body representing environmental health practitioners in Australia. She is interested in engaging with communities in environmental health issues, particularly with remote indigenous communities.

Research Interests

Environmental health, Indigenous environmental health issues, community engagement in environmental health, environmental toxicology

Completed Supervisions

Principal Supervisions:
  • Environmental control of Strongyloides (1)
  • Indonesian and Australian farmworkers' exposure to organophosphate pesticides (1)
  • Public health aspects of using rainwater for drinking water (1)
  • Solid waste management in a rapidly urbanising area in Thailand (1)
Associate Supervisions:
  • Analysis of biofilms containing Legionella (1)
  • Control of Salmonella risk from eggs (1)
  • Legionella and MAC in drinking and reuse water (1)
  • Mercury and fatty acids in farmed Southern bluefin tuna (1)
  • Pathogens in lizards (1)
  • Toxicity of tattoo inks and their metabolic products (1)


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Research Areas

  • Environmental health

Supervisory Interests

  • Indigenous communities
  • Engaging with communities
  • Environmental health
  • Environmental health education and workforce
  • Education, environmental health
  • Parasites


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