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Dr Rubana Islam

Dr Rubana Islam is working on cervical cancer burden estimation in LMICs including the USA affiliated Pacific Islands. She is a facilitator of the Cancer Control & Prevention course at the University of Sydney and Health Promotion course at UNSW.

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James Killen

James Killen is a Principal Modeller in the Cervical Cancer and HPV stream at the Daffodil Centre. His role involves developing and using the Policy1 platform to analyse cervical cancer interventions.

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Dr Telma Costa

Dr Telma Costa is a Research Fellow at The Daffodil Centre, dedicated to support the clinical translation and implementation of cervical cancer elimination strategies, particularly in low- and middle-income settings.

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Laura Sergeant

Laura Sergeant looks after various high-income country projects; including the current update of the Australian Cervical Cancer screening guidelines. She is currently helping to coordinate a modelling study of cost effectiveness of self-collection for cervical screening. Laura holds a Masters in Global Health from the University of New South Wales.

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Dr Xin An

Dr Xin An’s current research is on using modelling to evaluate the impact of HPV vaccination and cervical cancer screening, and using economic analysis to provide cost-effectiveness results for policy decision-making across a range of settings.

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Triple I (Innovation-Implementation-Impact)

We produce evidence supporting implementation of innovations to positively impact cancer control and care. We use qualitative and quantitative methods to deliver priority-driven, co-designed, and implementation-ready solutions to enhance cancer practice and policy.

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Associate Professor Ben Smith

Associate Professor Ben Smith is a Cancer Institute NSW Career Development Fellow and Senior Implementation Scientist, at the Daffodil Centre, Cancer Council NSW and University of Sydney. Ben has 10+ years of research experience focused on ensuring equitable access to high quality evidence-based cancer care for all people living with and beyond cancer.

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Jay Balante

Jay Balante is a registered nurse with clinical experience in medical-surgical nursing, primary health care, medical oncology, and palliative care nursing. Jay is currently undertaking his Doctor of Philosophy degree at the University of Sydney.

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Dr Dan Luo

Dr Dan Luo is a bilingual Cancer Researcher and registered nurse in Australia and China. Her research interests include psychosocial supportive care in cancer, symptom management in cancer care, oncology nutrition, and implementation science in oncology.

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Louise Acret

Louise Acret is a Senior Research Officer with the Cancer Care Research Unit, The University of Sydney. As a member of the Supportive Care and Patient Outcomes Stream, Louise conducts research in areas of patient care in cancer, patient reported outcomes and psychosocial and quality of life issues in cancer.

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