PhD, Charles Sturt University
Master of Indigenous Health (with distinction), University of Wollongong
BAppSc (Physiotherapy), University of Sydney
Brett is a Murrawarri man from Brewarrina. He has been living on Wiradjuri country for the last 17 years. He holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, a Masters in Indigenous Health and a PhD. He is currently the Director of Indigenous Health Education in the Office of Medical Education, UNSW Medicine. Prior to this he was a lecturer in Indigenous Health at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health at Charles Sturt University. With a passion for education and health equality, Brett is an early career researcher with a keen interest in Aboriginal men's health and cardiovascular disease.
2021 – Chief Investigator C, National Health & Medical Research Council Medical Research Future Fund ($560,209)
Understanding how cultural resilience impacts Aboriginal health and quality of life