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Katie Dale

Katie Dale

Katie Dale

(03) 9342 9442 | katie.dale@mh.org.au

Position:
Epidemiologist
Theme(s):
Tuberculosis, Public Health
Discipline(s):
Epidemiology, Public Health, Translational and Clinical Research
Unit(s):
Victorian Infectious Diseases Service (VIDS)
Lab Group(s):
Victorian Tuberculosis Program Group

Katie Dale is an epidemiologist in the Victorian Tuberculosis Program and a PhD candidate. Her research has focused on improving our understanding of the risk of tuberculosis disease in the years after infection and the cost-effectiveness of latent tuberculosis screening and treatment strategies. She has also previously studied factors associated with TB mortality and relapse, and the influence of gender on tuberculosis.

Prior to joining the Tuberculosis Program she worked on projects within the Infectious Disease Epidemiology Unit in the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at Monash University and as a fellow in Victorian Public Health Training Scheme (VPHTS).

  • Publications
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    Research Groups
    • Victorian Tuberculosis Program Group

      Justin’s group specialises tuberculosis (TB) with an emphasis on latent TB and conducts activities ranging from expansion of theoretical foundations for understanding latency and risk associated with TB infection to socio-cultural engagement with communities at high risk for TB, and development of strategic public health policies towards TB elimination. The group includes researchers with expertise in a range of methodologies, including clinical research, epidemiology, mathematical modelling, ethics and interventional  research. 


      Lab Team

      Victorian Tuberculosis Program Group