Sandy Gifford, PhD is an Adjunct Professor of Urban Anthropology at the Swinburne Centre for Urban Transitions. She was the previous founding director of the La Trobe Refugee Health Research Centre - La Trobe University. Her background is in medical anthropology and social epidemiology and her research has addressed community-based approaches to prevention of HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, women's health and well-being and refugee settlement and health in Australia.
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