Dr Rowan Martin-Hughes comes from a background in mathematics and computer science, specialising in game theory and modelling the development of trust. He has years of experience in capacity development in civil society in South East Asia and since 2015 has worked on mathematical models to improve the allocative efficiency of health resources.
Rowan maintains and develops models including HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, nutrition, and maternal, newborn and child health, and applies those models in country contexts in partnership with governments, development partners, and national stakeholders.
- 2010: PhD in Computer Science, Australian National University
- 2004: BSc (Hons) Mathematics/Computer Science, University of Tasmania
- 2017 – present: Senior Research Officer, Burnet Institute
- 2015 – 2017: Research Consultant, Optima
- 2014 – 2015: Research Consultant, Civil Society in Cambodia
- 2011 – 2014: Knowledge Management Advisor, Cooperation Committee for Cambodia