Dr Rachel Tham

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"I began my environmental epi research career journey with as a PhD student with CAR in 2013-2017. My research training and knowledge translation was enabled and enhanced by connecting and working with the CAR collaborators and their students and post-docs. I have been able to contribute to multiple facets beyond my own research projects including contributing to sub-committee activities, organising and presenting at seminars and conferences, writing and reviewing grant applications, providing mentoring, and writing submissions to government enquiries, to name but a few activities and achievements. The support, training, and experiences provided by CAR have enabled me to hold postdoctoral research fellow positions and be awarded with competitive research funding. CAR was instrumental in supporting and shaping my research career and I have found life-long friends, colleagues and mentors who I value most highly. " Biography Rachel Tham is a Research Fellow in the Department of Medicine and the Allergy and Lung Health Unit in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne. She is a NHMRC CRE Centre for Safe Air Postdoctoral Research Fellow, an Honorary at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, and a Clinical Educator (Dentistry) at La Trobe University Rachel Tham is a research fellow at the Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne

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