Raphael Lataster holds a PhD from the University of Sydney, and occasionally lectures there and at other institutions. His main academic research interests include misinformation, disinformation, and fake news, in Health, Politics, and Religion.
Raphael has a Bachelor of Pharmacy, a Masters of Applied Finance, and several postgraduate research degrees in the Arts. Initially focussing his academic efforts around misinformation in Religion, he has shifted focus to misinformation in Politics and Health, particularly COVID-19.
He currently runs Okay Then News, which highlights counter-narrative news pieces and journal articles without the biased commentary and rants that are nowadays so common.