Dorish has a background in clinical and public health, and clinical research.
In 2012, while working with PNG IMR, Dorish was inspired by how research contributes to improving health care and is now driven to improve the health issues of communities through research and public health.
Through her work with Burnet Institute, Dorish is excited to have an opportunity to enhance her knowledge and skills in research, while working in collaboration with partners to improve TB diagnosis and care in Papua New Guinea.
- September 2019-2020: Research Officer, Burnet Institute, Port Moresby, PNG
- 2017- 2018: Clinical /Public Health Officer, Harmony Gold Mine, Morobe Province, PNG
- 2014-2017: Clinical Health Extension Officer, International SOS, Lihir, New Ireland Province, PNG
- 2012-2014: Clinical Research Officer, Papua New Guinea Institute Of Medical Research, Maprik East Sepik Province, PNG
- 2018: PgDip PH, Massey University, New Zealand
- 2010: BHSc-RH, Divine Word University, PNG
- 2018: New Zealand Aid Scholarship Award
- Efficacy of artemether-lumefantrine and dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria in Papua New Guinea.
Livingstone Tavul, Manuel W Hetzel, Albina Teliki, Dorish Walsh, Benson Kiniboro, Lawrence Rare, Justin Pulford, Peter M Siba, Stephan Karl, Leo Makita, Leanne Robinson, Johanna H Kattenberg, Moses Laman, Gilchrist Oswyn, Ivo Mueller
Malar J. 2018 Oct; 17(1):350