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Dr Matthew Hare

Higher Degree by Research
Dr Matthew Hare

Dr Hare is a Senior Research Fellow at Menzies School of Health Research as well as a Staff Specialist and Clinical Lead of Remote Services in the Endocrinology Department, Royal Darwin Hospital. His research and translational activities focus on collaboratively addressing the intergenerational epidemic of cardiometabolic disease among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Dr Hare has particular expertise in the epidemiology of diabetes and related conditions. He leads multiple real-world data-linkage studies. However, as a clinician-researcher his interests are broad and he is also involved in various translation and implementation projects. Dr Hare works within the Diabetes across the Lifecourse: Northern Australia Partnership based at Menzies. The Partnership works closely with primary care and tertiary health services, consumer organisations, policy makers and other leading academic institutions. Our work is conducted under the governance of a well-established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Group ensuring that our research aligns with identified priority areas and is conducted appropriately.

Research Interests:

  • Diabetes
  • diabetes in pregnancy
  • epidemiology
  • data-linkage
  • health promotion
  • health services implementation research
  • chronic kidney disease
  • cardiovascular disease
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health

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