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Dr Kay Mann

Postdoctoral Fellow - Science


I am currently part of the Health Systems Analytics group working within the Health Implementation Science team at the Australian e-Health Research Centre (A joint venture between CSIRO and the Queensland Government). I am working on the development of statistical models and algorithms to predict the likelihood of patient deterioration, using large digital hospital datasets, and their implementation in the clinical setting. I am also responsible for conducting statistical analyses across health research and implementation projects.

I have a keen interest in observing and analysing patterns in real life data. I have working interests in all areas of population health, chronic and infectious disease epidemiology, medical statistics, machine learning and new and novel methodology. I also enjoy teaching and giving guidance to others.

Academic Qualifications

  • 2017

    PhD Epidemiology
    Newcastle University, UK

  • 2006 - 2010

    MMathStat - Masters of Mathematics and Statistics
    Newcastle University, UK

Professional Experiences

  • Mar 2018-Jul 2018

    Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Queensland Health

  • 2010-2018

    Research Assistant/Associate Epidemiology and Statistics
    Newcastle University, UK