PhD, MPS (Evaluation), BSocSci
Jamee is a Research Fellow within the Public Health Interventions Research Group at the Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney. She is a qualitative researcher with a cross-disciplinary background in global public health, sociology, and development studies. Her research interests in global public health include participatory and arts-based research approaches, intersectionality, and community participation/partnerships.
Jamee is currently working on collaborative research studies in Papua New Guinea with the Papua New Guinea Medical Research Institute exploring gender and sexuality, COVID-19 impacts on public and primary health, COVID-19 knowledge, attitudes and practices and stigma and discrimination. She is also writing up research findings from studies conducted in Indonesia exploring arts-based research in sexual health and a peer education program exploring sexual health needs and priorities of key populations.
Prior to commencing at the Kirby Institute, Jamee undertook a PhD at the Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW, a doctoral study investigating factors that increase and decrease hepatitis C risk in the social networks of people who inject drugs.