The CKR Clinical Research Team

  

Associate Professor Allison Tong, Co-leader, CKR Clinical Research group

Allison is a psychosocial researcher with a strong interest in patient and carer perspectives in chronic kidney disease. She has expertise in systematic reviews and social research methodologies. Please visit Allison's University of Sydney profile page for more information. 

 

Associate Professor Germaine Wong, Co-leader, CKR Clinical Research group

Germaine is a nephrologist at Westmead Hospital with a special interest in transplantation. Her main area of research interests include: cancer epidemiology in chronic kidney disease, social ethics in organ donation and allocation, decision analytical modelling, health economics, population health research, and quality of life studies in patients with chronic kidney disease. More information can be found on Germaine's University of Sydney profile page.

 

Associate Professor Armando Teixeira-Pinto, Co-leader, CKR Clinical Research group

Armando is Professor of Biostatistics at the Sydney School of Public Health, The University of Sydney. His methodological research has focused on the development of multivariate statistical methods for the analysis of multiple outcomes. His other interests includes, risk models, longitudinal data and meta-analysis methods for diagnostic testing. More information can be found on Armando's University of Sydney page.

 

Dr Martin Howell, Co-leader, CKR Clinical Research group

Martin is a Health Economist and Research Fellow at the Sydney School of Public Health, The University of Sydney. His prime area of interest is in patient preferences, values and priorities and how these should be captured in research and patient care. Areas of expertise include development of clinical practice guidelines and health economics, in particular the use of econometric methods to elicit preferences and priorities. Please see Martin's University of Sydney profile page for more information.

 

Associate Professor Patrina Caldwell, Staff Specialist

Patrina is a Nephrology Staff Specialist with clinical and research expertise in the area of urinary incontinence. Her research interests include nocturnal enuresis, paediatric clinical trials and development of e-medicine technology for management of children with incontinence. More information can be found on Patrina's University of Sydney profile page.

 

 

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