Senior Research Assistant, Professorial Unit
Sultana Shajahan is a Senior Research Assistant within the Professorial Unit at the George Institute for Global Health. After completing her medical degree, she further pursued a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from Macquarie University, Sydney.
Her Master’s thesis included a systematic review and meta-analysis looking at sex differences in cardiovascular mortality among chronic kidney disease patients. Her current work involves looking at sex and gender differences in stroke and multimorbidity, while supporting various research and clinical trial activities within the Professorial Unit.
Sultana is passionate about combining her clinical experience and research skills to address complex questions in medicine and public health. Her research interests include sex and gender differences, stroke, multimorbidity, chronic kidney disease and clinical trials.