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Senior Research Fellow

BA (Hons), MBBChir, MA (Cantab), PhD

Dr Aveni Haynes is a JDRF Post-doctoral Fellow and Senior Research Fellow based at Telethon Kids Institute in Western Australia, where she leads the epidemiology research theme in the Rio Tinto Children’s Diabetes Centre.

She has a strong research track record, establishing strong national and international collaborations, and demonstrating leadership capacity and roles in the field of childhood type 1 diabetes epidemiology, aetiology, and prevention research.

Dr Haynes is also an Investigator in the Australia-wide Environmental Determinants of Islet Autoimmunity (ENDIA) pregnancy early-childhood type 1 at risk cohort study which she also leads a sub-study to identify early changes in glucose levels using continuous glucose monitoring (CGM).  

Her particular research interests include the aetiology and pathophysiology of childhood diabetes, with a focus on early life determinants and the developmental origins of health and disease. Current research focus is on informing type 1 diabetes prevention strategies by investigating early dysglycaemia in children at risk.



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