Brendan completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) in 2016 through Burnet Institute and Monash University with a project based on STI and HIV risk among men who have sex with men.
Currently Brendan is a research assistant with Burnet Institute and Alfred Hospital Department of Infectious Diseases working on a range of hepatitis C related studies among men who have sex with men and people who inject drugs. He is also completing a Master of Public Health with Monash University.
- 2018- ongoing: Research Assistant, Burnet Institute
- 2017-ongoing: Data Analyst and Research Assistant, The Alfred/Monash University Department of Infectious Diseases
- 2016: Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) Monash University, Australia
- 2015: Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)/Bachelor of Commerce (Commercial Law) Swinburne University, Australia
- 2018: Academic Scholarship, International Symposium on Hepatitis Care in Substance Users, Portugal
- 2017: Sexual Health Society of Victoria Education Grant, STI & HIV World Congress, Brazil
- Quantitative evaluation of an integrated nurse model of care providing hepatitis C treatment to people attending homeless services in Melbourne, Australia.
Harney BL, Whitton B, Lim C, Paige E, McDonald B, Nolan S, Pemberton D, Hellard ME, Doyle JS
Int J Drug Policy. 2019 Oct; 72:195-198
- Risk of Subsequent HIV Infection Following Sexually Transmissible Infections Among Men Who Have Sex With Men.
Harney BL, Agius PA, El-Hayek C, Fairley CK, Chow EPF, Roth N, Tee BK, Leslie D, Tachedjian G, Hellard M, Stoové M
Open Forum Infect Dis. 2019 Oct; 6(10):ofz376