Ranmalie Jayasinha

Research Associate, UNSW

Ranmalie Jayasinha is the Research Associate for the ARC Linkage Project titled: Positive life pathways for vulnerable adolescents: The role of a life management program approach (LP140100429). Ranmalie completed her PhD at the School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW in 2015 on the identity and wellbeing experiences of second generation New Zealand young people of Māori and Pakeha descent in Australia. Ranmalie’s previous and on-going research has focused on the health and rights of young people from Indigenous and migrant communities, diversity and cultural competence in health care settings, capacity building of minority groups and community-based advocacy, and peer-led approaches to health promotion and education.

Experience

  • –present
    Research Associate, UNSW Australia

Education

  • 2015 
    UNSW Australia, PhD in Public Health