Stephanie Long

Steph is a proud Anmatyerre and Maranunggu women from Darwin, Northern Territory. Steph holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Melbourne majoring in Indigenous studies and Sociology. Steph is Currently working at Menzies School of Health as a Research Officer for the INFERR Study. Steph works alongside the INFERR study investigators and nurses to provide cultural support and advice to Indigenous renal patients on the INFERR trial. Steph organises and facilitates the Top End Medicinal Iron Research and Study Advisory Research group, working alongside members to create educational information and study materials in various Aboriginal languages as well as reviewing and advocating for the INFERR trial. Steph has vast experience working with Indigenous renal patients throughout many Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory. Stephs’ work is driven through her goal of leading better community engagement within research projects by ensuring Indigenous voices are at the center of the project that directly impacts their lives. Steph has presented on the success and outcomes of the INFERR advisory group at various renal conferences such as the Australian New Zealand Society of Nephrology and the Renal Society of Australasia. Steph is currently furthering her education within the health field to work towards becoming a prominent leader in the Indigenous health research sector.

Steph works alongside the INFERR study investigators and nurses to provide cultural support and advice to Indigenous renal patients on the INFERR trial. Steph organises and facilitates the Top End Medicinal Iron Research and Study Advisory Research group, working alongside members to create educational information and study materials in various Aboriginal languages as well as reviewing and advocating for the INFERR trial. Steph has vast experience working with Indigenous renal patients throughout many Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory.

Stephs’ work is driven through her goal of leading better community engagement within research projects by ensuring Indigenous voices are at the center of the project that directly impacts their lives. Steph has presented on the success and outcomes of the INFERR advisory group at various renal conferences such as the Australian New Zealand Society of Nephrology and the Renal Society of Australasia. Steph is currently furthering her education within the health field to work towards becoming a prominent leader in the Indigenous health research sector.

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