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Luke has more than 15 years of experience in employing sophisticated qualitative and quantitative epidemiological research tools to identify population needs, derive strategy and implement solutions. Luke is passionate about translating academic and research insights into meaningful outcomes for populations.

Luke is an experienced commissioning professional and has managed the commissioning process for $39million of government funding over 3 years, including strategic planning, procurement, contract management, monitoring and evaluation. He has extensive data governance and analytics experience and led the development and implementation of strategic frameworks for a Primary Health Network serving more than 1 million residents.

He has strong quantitative and qualitative data skills. He has led analysis to forecast health needs to inform population health planning strategy, led a research project evaluating general practice diabetes management outcomes and published more than 20 articles in leading peer-reviewed journals specialising in data linkage and epidemiological analyses for chronic diseases in vulnerable Australian, Chinese and North American communities.

Luke has worked closely with providers in the primary healthcare space, including disability providers through the entire commissioning cycle.

Luke has a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Queensland and a Master’s in Public Health with Distinction from the University of Wollongong.