Dr Sherrie Kelly

BRCCH Researcher
Swiss TPH & University of Basel

Dr Sherrie Kelly is a BRCCH Collaborator and a global health modeler at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH). She has over 20 years of experience working with country governments across all income levels and world regions to achieve their health economic goals, as well as collaborating with a wide range of national and international organisations.  She has a background in epidemiology and disease modelling with a focus on HIV, malaria, COVID-19, TB, and maternal-child health. Prior to joining the Swiss TPH, Dr Kelly led the Burnet Institute's Optima Consortium on HIV, TB, and malaria applications research, as well as COVID-19 and maternal health and family planning modelling applications. She has facilitated numerous workshops and country missions, and was an invited keynote speaker at the 2019 International AIDS Society conference on HIV Science, as well as a speaker at AIDS2020. Dr Kelly is a Chief Investigator on the NHMRC Australia Maternal-newborn-child modelling grant and affiliate of the HIV Modelling Consortium. She was a recipient of the Monash University Research Training Program Scholarship and the UNSW International Postgraduate Award.

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