Dr Rachel Sacks-Davis is a Senior Research Officer at the Burnet Institute in the Disease Elimination Program. She is the Senior Manager of the International Collaboration on Hepatitis C Elimination in HIV Cohorts (InCHEHC). After completing her BA (Hons)/BSc Rachel joined Burnet as a Research Assistant in 2008.
From 2010-2014 she completed her PhD in epidemiology at the Burnet Institute on hepatitis C transmission and natural history amongst people who inject drugs. She was awarded an NHMRC Early Career Fellowship (2016-2021), which allowed her to play a leadership role in the formation of the InCHEHC collaboration.
- PhD (Epidemiology), Monash University, Australia
- BA(Hons), Monash University, Australia
- BA/BSc, University of Melbourne, Australia
- Adjunct Research Fellow, Monash University
- Adjunct Fellow, University of Melbourne
- 2022: IAS/MSD Prize for Research in HIV Prevention
- 2012: Harold Mitchell Travel Fellowship
- 2012: Best poster, 17th International Bioinformatics Workshop, Belgrade
- 2012: Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine Junior Researcher Award
- 2011: Robert Blain Memorial Travel Fellowship
- 2011: European Association of the Study of the Liver Young Investigator Award
- 2022: Senior Research Officer
- 2014: Research Officer
Reports + Policy Briefs
- Modelling the Victorian roadmap (PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT) Abeysuriya R, Delport D, Sacks-Davis R, Hellard M, Scott N. Know C-19 Burnet Institute. September, 2021.