Thomas Rolls

Thomas Rolls

Research Project Officer


Program:  Indigenous Thriving

Thomas completed a Bachelor of Clinical Science at Macquarie University and is currently undertaking a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Notre Dame. He has worked in various research capacities in multiple areas; including clinical communication at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science at Macquarie University, interdisciplinary healthcare at the Pam McLean Centre, and Aboriginal psychological service delivery at the University of Notre Dame. Thomas has an interest in social equity research and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and well-being, particularly using qualitative methods.




  • Characteristics of successful schools for Indigenous student achievement
  • Triumphing in a new Indigenous Australia: Explicating key psychosocial determinants of successful Indigenous professionals’ socio-economic wellbeing

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