PhD UNSW; MEdAdmin UNSW; MBBS MD, Fudan University, Shanghai
Dr Limin Mao is with the Centre for Social Research in Health.
Dr Mao has mastered sophisticated public health, social research and statistical skills.
She has extensive research experiences in the following domains:
Associate Professor, Arts and Social Sciences, 2017
Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, 2011
Research Fellow, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, 2005
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW: Dean’s Award for Social Research Impact, 2014
Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM): Undergraduate and Junior Researcher Support Award in HIV and Hepatitis, 2002.
2021-2026 Enhancing behavioural surveillance to address gaps and disparities in Australia’s HIV response in a changing HIV epidemic, NHMRC Partnership APP2002625
2019-2024 Strengthening China’s essential public health package for hypertension and diabetes care in rural village clinics through meaningful use of health information systems, NHMRC Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD)-Scaling-up of evidence-based interventions for the prevention or management of hypertension and/or diabetes APP1169757
2018-2021 Reducing health disparities for culturally & linguistically diverse peoples, ARC Linkage Grant LP170100064
2017-2020 Developing and implementing systems to optimise treatment, care and support among people diagnosed with HIV, NHMRC Partnership Grant APP1134433
Government commissioned work:
Gay Asian Men Community Periodic Survey, Australian Government Department of Health & NSW Health
Resilient ageing and dying well among older people with HIV or chronic hepatitis B/C, Australian Government Department of Health
Sustaining NSW Families Program Evaluation NSW Health
Independent evaluator for the Home and Healthy Program, NSW Department of Communities and Justice
Landholders’ engagement under the new Land Management Code NSW Local Land Services
Evaluation of the STIPU Festivals Project, Take Blaktion and FSP project-level support, NSW Health