FASD Group


  • Dr Tracey Tsang, Senior Research Fellow, BAppSc (Hons. Univ. Medal), PhD - Tracey is a Senior Research Fellow with experience in adolescent health research areas including FASD, obesity, metabolic health, physical activity, martial arts, behaviour, & ADHD. She is an Assistant Director for the FASD Research Australia Centre of Research Excellence, & Deputy Chair of their Scientific Advisory Committee. Currently, her work is focused on FASD diagnosis, behaviour, neurodevelopmental & cognitive outcomes; development of a screening tool; & assessment of facial dysmorphology.
  • Ms Sharon Eadie, Project Manager - Sharon commenced with the University of Sydney in 2009 and is currently the Project Manager for the Lililwan Project, Australia's first population-based study of the prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) in children living in remote Australian Aboriginal communities. She is also Executive Officer of the FASD Technical Network, a committee of experts in FASD appointed and funded by the Commonwealth Government to provide advice to the Department of Health on measures to prevent and manage FASD across the community and in Indigenous communities. Previously, Sharon was instrumental in setting up the Staff Development portfolio at the Faculty of Health Sciences and was appointed Faculty Services Manager where she managed and was responsible for implementing services to support academic and general staff across the faculty. Prior to joining the University, Sharon worked in senior roles throughout various industries of the corporate sector.