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Dr. Jim Basilaks (M.B.B.S., B.Sc.(Med.), MBiomedE, GradDipCS (UNSW))
Currently, Senior Lecturer in Health Informatics at the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics at WSU since 2010. Completing (by early 2020) a PhD in Computer Studies focused on machine learning, cryptography and healthcare cyber-security.
Professional background includes:
- Medical Registrar in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine doctor, at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick between 1994-2011
- Medical Director and software developer, for a medical devices company, TeleMedCare, between 2005-2010.
- Senior Research Fellow at the Biomedical Systems Laboratory, UNSW, between 2001-2010
Strong passion to develop software solutions in healthcare with a focus on Clinical AI/decision support applications operating in the cloud environments. Through commercial and academic roles, developed solid experience in enterprise architecture specification and design, implementing scalable reporting solutions and decision support systems that integrate with distributed e-Health systems. Managed a number of complex eHealth projects involving liaison with both technical and clinical groups as well as individual patients.
Interests include Health Informatics, Clinical AI/Decision Support/Data Analytics, Telehealth, Security and Applied Cryptography.
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I am a Lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Statistics and a faculty member at The Westmead Institute for Medical Research. My research interests center on the use and development of statistical methodology to analyse high-dimensional experiments and studies that measure the behaviour of thousands of molecules, cells, samples or subjects. Given this, I place a large value on the subtlety of translating between biological and statistical concepts to form suitable and targeted hypotheses. In my postdoctoral studies, I worked as a computational biologist with joint appointments at Brigham and Women's hospital, Harvard Medical School and The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard where I used my statistical background to investigate the molecular drivers of Alzheimer’s disease and MS. My PhD thesis was on statistical methods for the analysis and interpretation of RNA-Seq data.
Cardiac nurse trained in the UK, Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital. Specialising in interventional cardiology (specifically structural heart disease) and clinical trial design, management & conduct, across both the commercial and investigator-led research sector. Her PhD is focusing on structural heart disease and patient reported outcomes & expectations post TAVR, incorporating digital health and consumer involvement in the dissemination of research. In addition she has led and been involved with research teams, to map structural heart disease coordinator and research personnel roles and responsibilities across ANZ. She is passionate about diversity in healthcare and improvement of cardiovascular outcomes for women
I am a clinical cardiologist with strong interests in cardiovascular disease prevention, cardiac imaging, and clinical research into utilising digital interventions to deliver healthcare. I completed specialist cardiology training at Westmead Hospital, where I also dedicated a year towards setting up novel outpatient cardiology services focused on providing streamlined access to specialist cardiac services and cardiovascular disease prevention in high-risk populations. I also am currently completing my PhD at the Westmead Applied Research Centre (WARC) on optimisation of text message-based cardiovascular disease prevention programs.