Allison Milner

Birth Day April 19th, 1983
Birth Place USA
Age 41 Years Old

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Allison Milner was a famous researcher as well as the Deputy Director of the Disability and Health Unit, Melbourne School Population and Global Health, the University of Melbourne. Her areas of research interest included the influence of gender, employment characteristics, quality of work, and occupation as determinants of mental health and suicide. She focused on specific employed groups that may be particularly likely to face disadvantages, such as blue-collar workers in the manufacturing and construction industry. Allison’s work ranged across a number of externally-funded etiologic and intervention projects. She worked with key policy stakeholders to promote research on the link between work and mental health and was the co-chair for an international panel of researchers aiming to promote workplace suicide prevention. She was awarded the Victorian Health and Medical Research Fellowship for her work on gender, employment and mental health. Her project focused on male-dominated occupational groups in particular. In this work, she was progressing the concept of “gendered working environments” as a cause of health inequalities for men and women. She was part of the advisory committee for the Longitudinal Study of Australian Men (“Ten to Men” cohort) and the National Academic Director of the world’s only national workplace suicide prevention charity, MATES in Construction. She was also a national board member of MATES in Construction and chair the national academic reference groups connected to the organization. She is internationally recognized as a world leader in the area of workplace suicide prevention and is involved in multiple intervention studies on this topic across Europe, New Zealand and Australia. Overall, she was a very talented woman. 

Tributes flow for young mother and Melbourne University professor killed by falling tree

Tributes are flowing for a brilliant university professor and mother of two who was tragically killed by a falling tree while walking to work in Melbourne. Melbourne University Associate Professor Allison Milner, 36, has been identified as the woman crushed under the 106-year-old elm tree that fell at Princes Park at Parkville about 8.30am. Professor Milner, who has two young boys, was pulled from beneath the tree and taken to Royal Melbourne Hospital in a critical condition, but she could not be saved. Friends and colleagues have are now remembering the woman who dedicated her life to her family and to her research. “She was a dear friend of mine, colleague and she was an incredibly bright woman by any stretch,” her close friend Professor Anne Kavanagh told. “Allison’s tragic death is a great shock and an immense loss to the university community,” Professor Terry Nolan, head of the university’s School of Population and Global Health, said on Monday night. “Her research spanned the fields of suicide prevention, work, gender, and disability.” Her colleague, Marie Bismark, wrote on Twitter that Professor Milner was “a brilliant researcher, a generous colleague, and a loving mum”. Experts said a combination of strong winds and recent heavy rain may have contributed to the tree falling, but the City of Melbourne and an independent arborist are examining other trees in the area. 

Death of Allison Milner

Allison Milner passed away in 2019. She has been identified as the woman crushed under a tree in Melbourne. 

Early Life of Allison Milner

Allison was born in the year 1983 in the USA. Her nationality is American and her ethnicity is White. Her religion is Christian. There is no further information regarding her parents, education and more but it will be added soon. 

Body Measurements of Allison Milner

Allison Milner was a very beautiful woman with a charming smile on her lips attracting a lot of people towards her. She got a perfect height matching with her body. Her exact height, weight and other body measurements have not been revealed yet but it will be added soon. 

Net Worth of Allison Milner

Allison Milner was earning a good amount of salary and net worth from her research career. Her exact salary and net worth are under review at present but it will be added very soon. 

Marital Status, Husband, Children

Allison was a married woman. She has not revealed her husband. She was also the mother of two children. The family was living a happy life before her death. 

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