Dr Adam Keane was previously a research student at the University of Sydney where he studied mathematical models of plasma physics and brain dynamics.

In Adam’s current research he is using the Policy1 platform to analyse the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of various screening and vaccination strategies for cervical cancer prevention. He is focused on obtaining outcomes for lower-and-middle income countries, in particular China and Malaysia.

He has also contributed to comparative modelling of various cervical cancer elimination scenarios in conjunction World Health Organization, and is continuing to perform ongoing work as part of a collaboration with the WHO.

View Dr Adam Keane’s profile at Cancer Council NSW