DR Catriona Bradshaw

DR Catriona Bradshaw

Positions

    Overview

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    • Associate Professor Catriona Bradshaw is a sexual health physician with a strong interest in clinical and epidemiological research in sexually transmitted infections. She is based at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre where she works as a consultant and holds Honorary Associate Professorial positions at the Central Clinical School, Monash University and the School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne. Catriona graduated from Monash University (MBBS, Hons) in 1992, became a fellow of the Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine, Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2003 and completed a PhD at the School of Population Health, University of Melbourne in 2006. She undertook a post-doctoral fellowship at the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, from 2007-2010. Catriona’s PhD and post-doctorate were supported by NHMRC fellowships, she was a recipient of the L’Oreal Australia Women in Science Fellowship in 2007, the Sexual Health Medicine Award for a fellow of less than 10 years standing in 2009 and the Sexual Health Medicine Award for an outstanding contribution to research in Sexual Health Medicine in 2013. Catriona has broad involvement in the sexual health research programme at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and also runs two specific programmes of clinical and epidemiological research on bacterial vaginosis and Mycoplasma genitalium, which has led to improvements in the diagnosis and management of these conditions. She has over 110 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals, has supervised a number of PhD, BMedSci and Scholarly selective students to completion, is on the editorial boards of BMC Infectious Diseases and Sexually Transmitted Infections, and has been a member of working groups for the development of national and international STI treatment guidelines, including those for the Centre of Disease Control, USA. 

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    Publications

    Selected publications

    Research

    Investigator on

    Additional Grant Information

    • NHMRC Grants
      Bradshaw CS, Tabrizi SN and Hocking JS. Investigation Of Candidate Aetiologic Organisms Of Bacterial Vaginosis In Diverse And Unique Epidemiological And Clinical Studies. 2012-2015. $546,175.00
      Hocking J, Bradshaw CS, Fairley CK, Pirotta M, Donovan B. A longitudinal study of bacterial vaginosis and Mycoplasma genitalium in young Australian women. 2008-9 NHMRC Public health research project grant. $115,000
      Bradshaw CS. Treatment and Prevention of bacterial vaginosis. Early Career Fellowship. 2007-10. $342,008.
      Fairley CK, Bradshaw CS, Pirotta M, Garland SM, Hocking J. Treatment of bacterial vaginosis: a randomized controlled trial 2007-9. NHMRC Public health research project grant. $255,425
      Associate Investigator on NHMRC programme grant. Kaldor JM, Garland SM, Fairley CK, Law MG, Grulich AE. Sexually transmitted infections: Causes, consequences and interventions. 2010-2014. $1,900,000
      Associate Investigator on NHMRC programme grant. Kaldor JM, Garland SM, Fairley CK, Law MG, Grulich AE. New interventions to control sexually transmitted
      infections and their consequences, 2015-2019. $10,353.

      Non-NHMRC Grants
      Bradshaw CS, Near Miss Grant, Central Clinical School, Monash University, $100,000
      Co-investigator : Cempra: Open-Label, Randomised, Multi-Centre Study of Solithromycin Compared to Ceftriaxone and Azithromycin for the treatment of Urogenital Gonorrhoea, 2014-15. $525,000.
      Co-investigator : Merk Sharp and Dohme. Study of the impact of the quadrivalent HPV vaccine on HPV incidence and HPV types in young men. 2014-2015, $383,000.
      Co-investigator :Merk Sharp and Dohme HYPER Study - study of incident HPV and HPV types in young men who have sex with men. 2011-12. $314,00

         

    Awards

    Education and training

    • PhD, University of Melbourne 2006
    • GDipVe, Monash University 1999
    • MBBS, Monash University 1992

    Awards and honors

    • Sexual Health Medicine Award - for outstanding contribution to research in Sexual Health Medicine, 2013
    • Sexual Health Medicine Award - for contribution to Sexual Health Medicine for a fellow of less than 10 years standing, 2009
    • L'Oreal Australia Women in Science, 2007
    • Fellow of the Australasian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine, 2003

    Supervision

    Available for supervision

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    Supervision Statement

    • Supervision of Advanced Medical Science, Scholarly Selective and Bachelor of Medical Science Students
      2007-2008: Co-supervision: Deva Simetherai, Advanced Medical Science Student, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
      2009-2010: Supervision: Yi Min Lee: Advanced Medical Science Student, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
      2011-2012: Co-supervision: Ajith Weerakon, Advanced Medical Science Student, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
      2014: Principle Supervisor: Dana Forcey: Scholarly Selectives, School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne
      2015: Co-supervisor : Angela Sarumpaet: BMedSci(Honours), Central Clinical School, Monash University
      Supervision of PhD students
      2007-2011: Principle Supervisor: Katherine Fethers, PhD candidate, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
      2007-2011: Co-supervisor: Jenny Walker, PhD candidate, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
      2010- 2014: Co-supervisor: Tim Read, PhD candidate, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
      2012-2015: Co-supervisor: Melanie Bissessor, PhD candidate, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
      Supervision and teaching of clinical practitioners
      1998-ongoing: Supervision and teaching of medical practitioners, medical students and nurse practitioners, Melbourne Sexual Health Centre.
      1999-2001: Teaching of medical practitioners and nurses in family planning and sexually transmitted diseases, Family Planning Victoria.
      1998: Teaching and supervision of staff & students in sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS, Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre, Malawi.
      1994-1996: Teaching of 3-6th year medical students, Monash Medical Centre.