Adelle Mansour

Research Fellow, PhD student

Adelle Mansour is a member of the Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact (CERI) Coordinating Group, representing the Healthy Housing Centre of Research Excellence.

After working in community development for several years, Adelle completed a Master of Public Health in 2021 and has since been employed as a Research Fellow at The University of Melbourne.

Having commenced her PhD candidature in 2023, Adelle’s project explores how citizen science approaches can be leveraged to gather housing data and generate solutions to enhance the resilience of our housing infrastructure and thereby protect the health of occupants in the face of intensifying environmental hazards. In doing so, this research aims to support the uptake of citizen science practices in the field of public health.