Professor, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW

Maree leads a program of public health and health services research at The George Institute, focusing on developing simple, cost effective strategies (which can be integrated with other secondary prevention strategies) to prevent depression and significantly improve the outcome for people with depression and other chronic diseases.

This is in concordance with her current, National Health and Medical Research Foundation Career Development Fellowship (Level 2) on Improving the identification, management, and outcome of people with depression and other chronic diseases. Maree has research interests and experience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research. She holds a fractional (one day per week) appointment as a Professor of Epidemiology in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing at The University of Central Lancashire in the United Kingdom.

Experience

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    Professor, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW