GSGL CRE Staff

Ms Christianne White           CRE Manager

Dr Zoë Hyde MPH PhD         Research Fellow 

Dr Hyde is an epidemiologist and biostatistician. Her research seeks to understand how older people can age in a healthy way and avoid problems such as cardiovascular disease and cognitive impairment. She also has an active program of research that aims to improve quality of life in older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Together with colleagues across Australia, she is working to understand how the detection of dementia can be improved in primary practice.

Dr Hyde has served as a peer reviewer for 30 scientific journals, including Science, Annals of Internal Medicine, BMJ, Clinical Infectious Diseases, and the Medical Journal of Australia. She has published extensively with more than 80 different co-authors from Australia, Europe, the United States of America, and Asia, in leading medical journals including The Lancet.

Ms Rachael Kelly                Research Officer

Postgraduate Students and Research Trainees

Mr Caleb Rivers                   Research Officer/ Research trainee

Caleb is an early career researcher. He is a proud Kija, Gooniyandi, Wongi and Yamatji man with a background in Medical Science.  Caleb is currently working as a research officer.  Caleb is interested in the application of Indigenous data sovereignty principles and improving the health and wellbeing of Elders. He hopes to combine these passions to deliver tangible outcomes for Indigenous peoples and pursue a Masters degree.

Ms Lianne Gilchrist        Master of Research Student 

Research Question - Adapting the GSGL QoL tool for use in remote areas and in the Torres Strait.

Mr Kevin Taylor              Research Trainee

Kevin is a proud Noongar-Yamatji man with ties to Amangu and Ballardong Country in the south western area of Western Australia.  Kevin is a lecturer at The University of Western Australia's School of Indigenous Studies.  He lectures on Aboriginal health and culture, with a particular focus on Noongar culture.

Kevin is currently pursuing a research pathway.  He will co-design and education package of the Good Spirit Good Life with and for the aged care workforce.