Kimberley Wang is a scientist and co-head of the Airway Physiological Research Laboratory at The University of Western Australia. Kimberley’s research aims to understand why low birth weight individuals have increased risk of diseases in later life. She completed a PhD from the University of South Australia, producing a thesis on why small babies have increased risk of cardiovascular disease. She then relocated to Western Australia to investigate why small babies have increased risk of asthma, quickly establishing a research niche within the Western Australian community. Kimberley’s research has been reported multiple times in newspapers and through radio and TV interviews, outlining her findings on the early origins of respiratory health.
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