Matthew J.L. Hare

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Dr Matt Hare is a physician specialising in endocrinology and diabetes, who is currently undertaking a PhD at Menzies School of Health Research under the supervision of Prof Louise Maple-Brown. Matt has a longstanding interest in the epidemiology, determinants and prevention of diabetes and related conditions, having previously worked with the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, School of Public Health at Monash University, and MRC Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge. In relation to his PhD, Matt was awarded a NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship, the NHMRC/Diabetes Australia Postgraduate Award and the Australian Academy of Science Douglas and Lola Douglas Scholarship in Medical Science. In addition to his PhD, Matt is principal investigator on two NT-based data linkage studies and a Commonwealth-funded health promotion project to develop educational resources about diabetes in pregnancy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages. He has been the recipient of research awards and travel scholarships from the International Diabetes Epidemiology Group, Australian Diabetes Society, International Diabetes Federation, and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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