I am a nationally and internationally recognised leader in research leveraging linked administrative health data to investigate cancer treatment, outcomes, and national cancer policies. I am currently a Senior Research Fellow and Cancer Institute NSW Early Career Fellow within the Medicines Intelligence Research Program (MedIntel) at the School of Population Health. My research focuses on biologic cancer therapies, multiple medicine use (polypharmacy), opioids, and the policies governing access to medicines. I apply population health science methods to inform clinical, policy, and patient decisions. I promote policy that supports the quality use of medicines and good practice in the access to and use of real-world data for research purposes.
My Research Supervision
Jun Ni Ho (PhD candidate) - 'Optimisation of Risk Management for Biologic Medicines in Australia'