Researcher biography

Dr. Edmund W. Kanmiki is a researcher focused on social determinants of health, reproductive, maternal, and child health (RMCH), equity in health outcomes, community-based healthcare interventions, Indigenous health and non-communicable diseases. Edmund joined the Poche Centre in October 2022 as a Research Assistant supporting formative work on the Research Alliance for Urban Community Controlled Health Services (RAUCCHS). He has since become a team member of the Implementing Life Course Interventions research team lead by Mamun Abdullah. He is currently a co-investigator of the ARC Centre of Excellence for children and families over the Life Course project titled “Preventing and managing diabetes among Indigenous Women and Youth”. He is also a research coordinator for the “Exposure to Trihalomethanes in Pregnancy and Birth Outcomes in Queensland Study".