Dr Nicolas Smoll
Queensland Regional Committee Research Development Grant ($10,000)
‘Vaccine Effectiveness in Central Queensland -Test-negative Case Control Study’
Nicolas Smoll is a Public Health Senior Medical Officer and Public Health Trainee at the Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service. His PhD thesis was in the field of epidemiology, biostatistics and machine learning and completed at the University of Melbourne. Currently he is a Moderna Global Research Fellow and his current research is in the fields of vaccine effectiveness and outbreak analytics research.
He is interested in understanding the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines, infectious disease modelling using transmission networks, and outbreak analytics. His long-term goal is to bridge the gap between raw data and policy decision making in public health by automating data analysis and interpretation.
Dr Chang Ho Yoon
2022 | Aotearoa New Zealand Research Development Scholarship ($20,000)
‘DiagKNOWsis: development of a mobile application to provide diagnostic feedback’
Dr Ian Gassiep
2021 | Queensland Regional Committee Research Development Grant ($10,000)
‘Whole genome sequencing of Burkholderia pseudomallei clinical isolates from Queensland, Australia’
Dr Jamie Young
2021 | RACP AFRM Research Development Scholarship ($10,000)
‘Long-term Effects of a Multidisciplinary Program in a Cancer Survivor Population’
Dr Yuriko Watanabe
2020 | RACP AFRM Research Development Scholarship ($10,000)
'Do patients from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds (NESBs) have access to health care interpreters during inpatient rehabilitation? An audit study'
Dr Matthew Wheeler
2020 | New Zealand Research Development Scholarship (NZ$20,000)
'A prospective cohort study examining the prevalence and mechanism of reduced pharmacological response to aspirin in patients with peripheral artery disease'
Dr Nicola Emslie
2019 | RACP AFOEM Research Development Scholarship ($30,000)
'Occupational Exposure to UVA in the Cockpit of Flying Aircraft'
Dr Yassmin Musthaffa
2019 | NZ Research Development Scholarship ($20,000)
Identification of Children with Type 1 Diabetes Suitable for Antigen-specific Tolerising Immunotherapy: T-cell response to Pro-insulin (PDF) | Final Report
Dr Monica Suet Ying Ng
2019 | QSC Research Development Grant ($10,000)
'Glomerulonephritis? from micro-proteomics to big data analysis'
Dr Louise Tofts
2018 | RACP AFRM Research Development Scholarship ($10,000)
Changes in Physical Function of Young Persons with Longitudinal Fibular Deficiency (PDF) | Final Report
Dr Friederike Beker
2017 | Queensland State Committee Research Development Grant ($10,000)
Smell and taste to improve body composition in very preterm infants: a randomized controlled trial (PDF) | Year 1 Report
Dr Maria Saito Benz
2017 | New Zealand Research Development Scholarship ($20,000)
Neonatal Neurocritical care: Near Infrared spectroscopy for Monitoring brain Oxygenation in preterm infants (NIMO) (PDF) | Final Report
Dr Karen Chia
2016 | RACP AFRM Research Development Scholarship ($10,000)
The effect of an outpatient exercise training program on haemodynamics and cardiac magnetic resonance parameters of right ventricular function in patients with Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) (PDF) | Final Report
Dr Rebecca Dingle
2016 | RACP AFOEM Research Development Scholarship ($30,000)
'Occupational Melioidosis in the Darwin Prospective Melioidosis Study'
Dr Natalie Martin (Department of Paediatrics, University of Oxford, UK)
2015 | NZ Research Development (NZ$10,000)
Improving Diagnostics in Enteroviral Meningitis (PDF) | Final Report
Dr Yuriko Watanabe
2015 | AFRM Fellows Ipsen Research Development Fellowship ($15,000)
An assessment of post stroke spasticity and associated problems in nursing home residents (PDF) | Final Report
Dr Aidan Woodward (Princess Alexandra Hospital, University of Queensland)
2015 | Queensland State Committee Research Development Grant ($10,000)
'Assessment of muscle mass, hepatic function and outcomes in patients awaiting liver transplantation'
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