Mayi Kuwayu encourages and supports the development of students through continuing education at a postgraduate level.
Our current students include:
Makayla-May Brinckley, PhD scholar: Knowledge translation in the Mayi Kuwayu Study: How ethical, community-driven data can empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander self-determination
Roxanne Jones, PhD scholar: The epidemiology and experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families admitted to paediatric intensive care units in Australia
Bobby Maher, PhD scholar: A collective capability evaluation framework: applying Indigenist approaches
Kirsty Nichols: Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology scholar. Kirsty will be conducting data analysis on the MK Study and working in the areas of racism, discrimination and physical activity.
Mikala Sedgwick, Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology scholar: Strengths-based approaches to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing
Leonie Williamson: Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology scholar
Alyson Wright, PhD scholar: Our cultures count: Mayi Kuwayu in Central Australia