Justin Braver

PhD Student

Justin is a PhD student at the University of Melbourne in the Faculty of Medicine, Density and Health Sciences and the Baker Institute’s Preclinical Disease and Prevention unit. His research focuses on remotely delivered and technologically enabled models of care that leverage digital health tools to increase equity of access to care and improve health outcomes. Justin’s PhD is investigating the benefits of remotely delivered and e-Health prevention programs to prevent cardiovascular events. He has a particular interest in rapid translational research via the formation of collaborative partnerships aimed at bridging the gap between research and delivery of evidence-based solutions. Justin concurrently works as a Senior Strategy Advisor in the healthcare industry and as a physiotherapist, with experience in the design and implementation of remotely delivered chronic disease management programs. He has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from La Trobe University and a Masters of Business from Monash University.