Jade Newman

Jade Newman

Clinical Registries Data Manager
Medicine & Health
Centre for Big Data Research in Health

Jade is the Data Manager for the Australia and New Zealand Assisted Reproduction Database (ANZARD), which collects and monitors the perinatal outcomes of assisted reproduction cycles in Australia and New Zealand, and the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA) which regulates the provision of fertility treatment in Victoria, Australia.

Originally from Jamaica, Jade’s love for mathematics and biostatistics led her to a career in medical research, specifically, clinical investigations focused on melanoma, nephrology and more recently, assisted reproduction technologies. Jade has experience in project management, data management and biostatistics and has contributed to the success of several investigator-initiated studies internationally and locally.

University role

Data Manager


MSc. Biostatistics - The University of Sydney (2018)

Thesis - Clinical and Demographic Factors that Determine Long-term Progression to End-stage Kidney Disease: A pre-dialysis cohort (2018)

BSc. Mathematics and Modelling Processes - The University of the West Indies, Mona (2014)


The George Institute End of Year Award: Innovation and Creativity (Dec 2018)

The George Institute John Chalmers Award: Innovation (Dec 2018)

The George Institute Recognition Program Award (Feb 2018)


National Perinatal Epidemiology and Statistics Unit (NPESU)


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