Chris Lemoh

Chris Lemoh

PhD Student, Department of Medicine (RMH/WH), University of Melbourne, and Centre for Clinical Research Excellence in Infectious Diseases (CCREID), Melbourne, Australia

 

 
Biography

Dr Chris Lemoh graduated from the University of Tasmania in 1994 and holds a Diploma in Clinical Epidemiology from Monash University. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, having trained at St Vincent’s Hospital (Melbourne) and The Alfred.Chris currently works as a physician at Monash Health (Dandenong Hospital), practising in the areas of general internal medicine, infectious diseases and refugee health. He has recently submitted his doctoral thesis on HIV in Victoria’s African communities and has contributed to the development of guidelines for assessing the health of recently arrived refugees.

Chris has a strong interest in the relationship between social equity and health. Specific interests include refugee health, HIV in mobile and marginalised populations and cross-cultural health research. He is a former member of the Board of the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations and has an ongoing interest in the role of community engagement in public health research and delivery of clinical services.

 
Research Interest

HIV infection, migration, minority groups, refugees, vulnerable populations, women’s health.

 
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