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harriet.lawford@mater.uq.edu.au

Dr Harriet Lawford

Research Associate

Since graduating from Master's degree in Control of Infectious Diseases from The London School of Health and Tropical Medicine, Harriet has lived across Africa and South-East Asia working on projects related to the epidemiology and control of malaria. Her PhD was completed with Mater Research Institute and focussed on the impact of malaria in pregnancy on infant neurodevelopment with a cohort of mothers and infants in Ghana, West Africa. During her research, Harriet developed a keen interest in maternal and fetal global health and joined the Stillbirth Centre of Research Excellence in February 2021. She is currently working on extracting results from the My Baby’s Movements Multi Centre Clinical Trial.


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