Alice Sporik

BA (Hons)
Research Assistant National Gynae-Oncology Registry


Alice is a Research Assistant within the NGOR team. Her role includes reviewing literature of optimal care pathways for cervical, endometrial and vulva-vagina cancer. A set of measures of best practice will be developed for each cancer type following the literature review, operating as a tool to measure the standard of treatment provided to patients.

Alice undertook an undergraduate degree in Human Geography (with honours) at the University of Exeter where she completed a dissertation on women’s safety within night-time spaces. She recently finished a Master of Public Health at the University of Melbourne, gaining an interest in adolescent and women’s health. This was pursued through a project for the Department of Education and Training mapping activities occurring in TAFEs in relation to violence against women. Results were used support the development of resources to support prevention activities in these settings. Alice has previously worked as a research assistant for an upcoming web-series on adolescent sexual and reproductive health.