University of Sydney
Dr. Rosemarie Sadsad is the Informatics Services Lead at the Sydney Informatics Hub. She is a computer biomedical engineer, with a Ph.D. in health informatics (UNSW). She is also a Postdoctoral Researcher with the Centre for Infectious Diseases and Microbiology – Public Health, Westmead working in pathogen genomics and clinical decision support for NSW Health. She is a member of the National Communicable Disease Genomics Network. Rosemarie specialises in complex systems analysis (multiscale modelling and simulation, network analyses), decision support systems, pathogen genomics, and bioinformatics. She has over 10 years experience applying these skills and knowledge across the health domain including health services, heart disease, Dementia, and largely, infectious diseases. Her interests are in utlising innovative technology and analytics to synthesise complex big data and improve its accessibility on the ground through effective communication and visualisation.
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