PhD Public Health, University of New South Wales
Master Public Health (Epidemiology), Emory University, Atlanta GA USA
Bachelor of Science (Genetics), Pennsylvania State University, State College PA, USA
Devon has over 20 years of experience working in the NSW health system as an epidemiologist and researcher, with the majority of her career based in senior management positions in the NSW government, as well as experience working in the non-profit sector, academia and as a private consultant.
She has published over 70 articles in peer reviewed academic journals, 17 major government and consultancy reports and presented at nearly 30 national and international conferences across a range of health and criminal justice topics.
She is a adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of NSW and former President of the Public Health Association of Australia, NSW Branch. She is a former board Director of the Sax Institute and for ACON (formerly the AIDS Council of NSW).
Research and Evaluation Consultancy tenders awarded
Research funding awarded
Main research areas are mental health, prisoner health, drug and alcohol, Indigenous health
Broad Research Areas:
Epidemiology, Population Health, Health Services Research, Evaluation
Society Memberships & Professional Activities:
Member of: Public Health Association of Australia