Christopher is Director of the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and Professor of Public Health at Monash University. He holds three
specialist medical fellowships from the College of Physicians. He is an editor of the Journal 'Sexual Health'. His principal research interests are
the public health control of sexually transmitted diseases and the effectiveness of clinical services. Christopher developed the idea of this website
to create greater public access to sexual health information and diagnosis to the public.
Janet is a PhD candidate with the Central Clinical School, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University.
She holds three specialist medical fellowships from the College of General Practitioners, College of Physicians and College of Pathologists. Her
principal research interests are syphilis transmission and the public health control of sexually transmitted infections.
Ann Nicholson BSc(Hons), MSc (Melb), DPhil (Oxon) is a Professor in the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University. She is a leading international researcher in the specialised area of Bayesian networks (BN), now the dominant technology for probabilistic causal modelling in intelligent systems. She has applied BN technology to problem-solving in many domains including meteorology, epidemiology, medicine, education and environmental science.
Dr. Owen Woodberry is a Senior Consultant at Bayesian Intelligence. He has worked in Bayesian networks since 2003, when he completed an honours project on developing a model of native fish populations in the Goulburn Broken Catchment, Victoria. He specializes in ecological, bio-security and fire-management modelling, knowledge engineering Bayesian Networks, teaching and support tool development.
Ian is a Sexual Health Physician at the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and has a background in infectious diseases and clinical microbiology.
Eric completed a PhD in HIV/STI epidemiology at the University of New South Wales in 2014. He is an epidemiologist and biostatistician
at the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and holds an honorary appointment at Monash University. His research interests include epidemiology, public health
promotion and program evaluation.
Sandra completed a PhD in Health Psychology at Swinburne University of Technology. She currently works in Sexual Health research at the
Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and works as a psychologist in private practice.
Jun Kit Sze for the development and implementation of the iSpy STI website. Mark Chung for graphics and website design.
Please refer to the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre website for other sexual health information www.mshc.org.au
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