Fields: 

  • Biostatistics
  • Data analytics
  • Epidemiology
  • Geriatrics
  • Genomics
  • Health services
  • Medical education
  • Public health
  • Surgery and subspecialties

Location: Princess Alexandra Hospital

Type of student:

  • Both HDR and Extra-curricular
  • Honours students
  • 4 Unit Masters of Public Health (MPH) Student
  • PGY1: Post-graduate year 1
  • PGY2: Post-graduate year 2

Type of work:

  • Clinical work
  • Literature review
  • Qualitative methods
  • Secondary data analysis
  • Statistical analysis
  • Systematic review

Brief synopsis:

These projects are  situated in the Centre for Health Services Research at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

We have a range of topics available, including but not limited to:

  •       Understanding sex differences in cognitive impairment and dementia to design targeted interventions
  •       Understanding the pathophysiology of frailty in various transplant candidates and patients
  •       Interventions to improve quality of life and goal attainment in frail patients
  •       Various research questions utilising large, longitudinal datasets
  •       Others, please enquire.

We invite you to work with an experienced team of researchers on aspects of research development, management or analysis that you are interested in, and may be able to find a unique topic for your interests.

Prerequisite skills: Research methods, statistical analysis

Contact person

Natasha Reid: n.reid@uq.edu.au

Supervisor

Professor Ruth Hubbard

Masonic Chair of Geriatric Medicine
Centre for Health Services Research