University of Sydney
Yue is a Research Fellow at the Sydney School of Public Health, the University of Sydney. She was trained in mathematical biology with her PhD research focusing on the theoretical evolution of bacterial genomes and its implications in the antimicrobial resistance problem. With growing interest in health and clinical research, Yue’s current research interests lie in the development of clinical decision support tools for managing patients presenting to healthcare for infectious diseases, using causal Bayesian network models. This involves closely working with medical experts to create models that describe the causal pathophysiological and clinical processes underlying the clinical manifestation of disease. She has participated and led projects on the diagnosis and prognosis of serious infections in children, as well as COVID-19.
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