Megan Whitty

Dr Megan Whitty is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Gambling Research in the Centre for Social Research and Methods at The Australian National University’s College of Arts and Social Sciences. Megan holds a PhD in Public Health research from Charles Darwin University and completed her BA with Honours in Anthropology at the University of Melbourne.

Megan has a broad range of project management and qualitative research experience gained from past positions with Menzies School of Health Research in the Preventable and Chronic Diseases Division. Her research interests lie in the area of public health, particularly indigenous health, program evaluation, implementation science, gambling, and behavioural addiction.