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Associate Professor Limin Mao

Associate Professor Limin Mao

Dr Limin Mao is with the Centre for Social Research in Health.

Dr Mao has mastered sophisticated public health, social research and statistical skills.

She has extensive research experiences in the following domains:

  • promoting better clinical and self-management for people living with chronic infections and co-morbidity (e.g., HIV and HCV treatment initiation, uptake, refusal, and adherence, beliefs and practices in relation to treatment as prevention)
  • adapting established behavioural surveillance in priority populations (gay and other men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, people from Cultural and Linguistic Diverse (CALD) background) to inform prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care and support for people with blood-borne viral infections (e.g., HIV, HCV); and sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

Phone: 9385 4482


Selected Publications

Journal articles

Aung HL; Bloch M; Vincent T; Quan D; Jayewardene A; Liu Z; Gates TM; Brew B; Mao L; Cysique LA, 2020, 'Cognitive ageing is premature among a community sample of optimally treated people living with HIV', HIV Medicine,
Aung HL; Aghvinian M; Gouse H; Robbins RN; Brew BJ; Mao L; Cysique LA, 2020, 'Is There Any Evidence of Premature, Accentuated and Accelerated Aging Effects on Neurocognition in People Living with HIV? A Systematic Review', AIDS and Behavior,