Centre for Big Data Research in Health UNSW
Kalinda is a Yawuru woman of Broome, born and living in Darwin. Her family name is Corpus. She is an early career Scientia Fellow at the Centre for Big Data Research, UNSW and holds honorary fellowships at Menzies School of Health Research and the University of Sydney. In addition to being a deputy editor at the Health Promotion Journal of Australia and a fusioneer at Cultural Fusion, Kalinda is also a Science and Technology Australia Superstar of STEM.
Dr Griffiths is an epidemiologist who has worked in the research sector for over 20 years. Her interest is in empirically addressing complex health disparities in populations through existing data. Her research currently addresses issues of quality and the utilisation of data pertaining to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Her areas of focus include the identification of Indigenous peoples in the data as well as the measurement of health disparities, with a particular focus on cancer treatment and outcomes.
Kalinda holds a Certificate III in Laboratory Techniques, Bachelor of Biomedical Science, Master of Public Health and a PhD in Cancer Epidemiology.