Resources for graduate researchers
Dr Lyndon Ormond Parker
Lyndon Ormond-Parker has been involved in advocacy, policy development, research and negotiations within Indigenous communities in the area of information technology, cultural heritage, materials conservation and repatriation. Lyndon was born in Darwin and is of Alyawarr decent from the Barkly tablelands region of the Northern Territory.
Dr Misty Jenkins
Misty Jenkins is a NHMRC fellow and laboratory head at the Walter Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research, in Melbourne. Misty researches in the area of immunology and cell biology, and understanding how immune cells kill cancer cells. Misty is a descendent of the Gunditjmara people in Western Victoria.
Professor Hugh Taylor
Hugh Taylor is a Melbourne Laureate Professor and currently the Harold Mitchell Professor of Indigenous Eye Health at the University of Melbourne. Hugh’s research interests include blindness prevention strategies, infectious causes of blindness and the development of health policy. His current work particularly focuses on Aboriginal eye health and the elimination of trachoma.