Dr Michael Fotheringham
Michael is a research and policy development specialist with experience in a wide range of areas including public health, housing for asylum seekers and the aged, and supported accommodation for people with disabilities. Michael has expertise in building research programs and policy agendas with a number of not-for-profit, government and academic organisations. Prior to working at AHURI, he was Director of Research at Baptcare and General Manager Strategy at Arthritis Victoria.
Michael has authored numerous peer reviewed journal articles, invited book chapters, research monographs, reports and policy framework documents. Michael is a past president of the Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine and currently serves on the Royal Women's Hospital Human Research Ethics Committee. He is an experienced conference speaker, media spokesperson and facilitator. Michael started working at AHURI in early 2014 as Head of Research Services and Deputy Executive Director. In November 2017, Michael was appointed Executive Director of AHURI.
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