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Annette Mureeka Stokes

Ms Annette Stokes

qualifications: AM

position: Chief Investigator

Annette Stokes is a senior woman of the Wongutha Tribe of the Eastern Goldfields. Annette spent her early life around the Goldfields with her family and learning the language and culture of her people. She has a background in early childhood education and has completed Aboriginal health worker training. She has been integral to several major health and research projects in the Goldfields region and her contribution to medicine was recognised in 2004 when she was awarded the Fiona Stanley medal and in 2017 when she was made a Member of the Order of Australia. Annette is a gifted musician and artist. She has combined all her amazing talents as a chief investigator for the Western Desert Kidney Health Project, running 30 research and arts residencies in 11 remote towns and communities over 3 years.


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Original Research 9 June 2020

Risk factors for renal disease and diabetes in remote Australia – findings from The Western Desert Kidney Health Project

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