Timothy Kariotis

Privacy & Data Governance
Data Science Policy Applications
Mental Health System Reform
Digital Health

Striving for an information-driven world that is equitable and just for all.

I am a lecturer in Digital Government at the Melbourne School of Government where I co-lead a project on using data science to predict cases of wage theft. I also coordinate the school's digital government subject. I am also an academic convenor at the Melbourne Centre for Data Science.

I am also currently completing my PhD in health informatics at the University of Melbourne - School of Computing and Information Systems. My PhD research explores people's experiences of the mental health system and how these experiences can inform the design of electronic health records.

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Work Experience

  • Lecturer in Digital Government | Melbourne School of Government | 2020 - Present

  • Research Fellow in Regulation & Design | Melbourne School of Government | 2019-2020

  • Lecturer in Digital Health | Swinburne Academy | 2020

  • Research Assistant | Department of General Practice, UniMelb | 2018-2019

  • Project Manager & Research Assistant | University of Tasmania | 2017-2018


  • Master of Public Health | UTAS

  • Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics and Digital Health | UniMelb

  • Graduate Certificate in Business Administration | Murdoch

  • Graduate Certificate in eHealthcare | UQ

  • Bachelor of Nutrition Science | QUT

  • Bachelor of Social Science (Psych) | Swinburne University

  • Bachelor of Arts (Community Development & International Aid and Development | Murdoch