Mark supervises PhD projects on narrative, social media, sexualities, HIV, mental health, public health, and health promotion:

Current PhD projects

Wearable wellbeing: Understanding self-tracking for better health

Taking control of our bodies: The embodied sexuality of submissive/masochist BDSM practitioners.

The medicalisation of childhood: Family experiences when a child is diagnosed with mental illness

Living the good life: A qualitative Study

PhD Completions

2017 – Experiences of transition to parenthood among Anglo-Australian / Tongan intercultural couples living in Melbourne, Australia

2016 – After the Apology (to the Indigenous peoples of Australia, 2008)

2015 – Aboriginal Health, Cultural Safety and Medical Education

2014 – Friends, fans and followers: Contextualising virtual identity, friendship and social networking in the digital age

2014 – Cigarette Advertising in Indonesia in the midst of the Global Anti Smoking Campaign and Indonesian Local Smoking Culture

2013 – Politics and the Making of HIV/AIDS in South Africa (1999-2008)

2009 – Fighting epidemics through conduct: the campaigns against Tuberculosis and Polio in US-American public health films from 1938 to 1957, University of East London