Jack Gunn

Research Assistant


Jack joined the Burnet Institute in 2019 to work on multiple projects in the Eliminate Hepatitis C Partnership.

He completed his honours with the Burnet in 2017. His thesis explored pathways to increase access to hepatitis C treatment in pharmacies that provide opioid substitution therapy.

Jack has interests in both qualitative and quantitative research, AOD harm reduction, mental health, and blood-borne viruses.


  • 2017: BHSc (Public Health Hons), La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
  • 2016: BHSc, La Trobe University, 2016, Melbourne, Australia

Projects (1)

Current (1)

  • Feasibility study for a potential medically supervised injecting centre/drug consumption service for the ACT

Publications (7)

2022 (2)

2021 (3)

2020 (1)

2019 (1)