Kathleen completed her Bachelor of Science, majoring in microbiology and cell biology in 2008 before joining the Department of Microbiology and Immunology to undertake her honours year in 2009.
Kathleen researched the impact of genotype on hepatitis B virus immune regulation throughout 2009 and 2010.
In 2012 Kathleen began a Masters of Public health at the University of Melbourne, specialising in global health and epidemiology. Kathleen joined the Burnet Institute in 2014, commencing her PhD in the evaluation of Victoria’s first community based, rapid HIV testing service, PRONTO!.
- 2008: BSc (Hons), University of Melbourne
- 2012 - present: MPH, University of Melbourne
- 2014 - present: PhD, Burnet Institute
- Protocol for an HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Population Level Intervention Study in Victoria Australia: The PrEPX Study.
Ryan KE, Mak A, Stoove M, Price B, Fairley CK, Ruth S, Lal L, Asselin J, El-Hayek C, Nguyen L, Batrouney C, Wilson D, Lockwood J, Murphy D, Cornelisse VJ, Roth N, Willcox J, Chang CC, Armishaw J, Tee BK, Penn M, Forgan-Smith G, Williams C, Montgomery J, Byron K, Coelho A, Allen B, Wiggins J, Kelsall J, Vujovic O, West M, Pierce AB, Gallant D, Bell C, de Wit JBF, Hoy JF, Wesselingh SL, Grant RM, Wright EJ
Front Public Health. 2018 May; 6:151
- Implications of survey labels and categorisations for understanding drug use in the context of sex among gay and bisexual men in Melbourne, Australia.
Ryan KE, Wilkinson AL, Pedrana A, Quinn B, Dietze P, Hellard M, Stoové M
Int J Drug Policy. 2018 May; 55:183-186
- Acceptability and HIV prevention benefits of a peer-based model of rapid point of care HIV testing for Australian gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men.
Leitinger D, Ryan KE, Brown G, Pedrana A, Wilkinson AL, Ryan C, Hellard M, Stoové M
AIDS Behav. 2018 Jan; 22(1):178-189
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