The University of Sydney
Dr Reza Kahlaee is a research officer at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead and a conjoint lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney. He received his PhD in Pharmacy (Biomedical Engineering) from the Faculty of Medicine and Health, School of Pharmacy, the University of Sydney. Coming from an engineering background, with a Bachelor of Software Engineering, followed by Masters in AI and Robotics. He has expertise in translational health research, conducting interdisciplinary research focusing on the interconnection of health, biomedical technologies, big data, and bioinformatics. His research spans health technologies, dynamic predictive modelling, spatiotemporal data modelling, time series analysis, bioinformatics, and project management in health and clinical settings.
Currently, his research focuses on developing predictive analytics in clinical surveillance systems by integrating AI and machine learning, utilising clinical/health data. He focuses on capturing anomalies and heterogeneity and identifying disease mechanisms, particularly during surgery, pre and post-operation care. He is interested in improving patient care in pre and post-operative environments and advancing risk prediction algorithms, decision support and early warning systems in clinical settings by involving novel techniques and data. He is also interested in improving sustainability and environmental consideration in health systems, particularly operation theatres.
He is a member of the University of Sydney Academic Board, the senior group of the AAG Research Group, and the Grants Committee of the AAG Research Trust.
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