Master of International Public Health/Master of Public Health, The University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Arts and Science (Honours), The University of Sydney
Nicolas is a research officer in the Public Health Interventions Research Group, and the Surveillance Evaluation and Research Program. His background includes 5 years working in research laboratories in the areas of neuropathology and microbiology. After completing a dual MIPH/MPH at UNSW specializing in Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control, Nicolas completed an internship with the World Health Organization in the Philippines focused on strengthening the national hepatitis b surveillance system. He works across a number of research projects at the Kirby Institute, which include producing epidemiological reports on the syphilis outbreak in Aboriginal communities, a WHO commissioned HTLV-1 scoping review and technical report, and enhancing the surveillance of HTLV-1 in Australia.