We are a diverse team of scientists quantifying the health, health equity and cost impacts of population interventions
To improve health outcomes and reduce health inequities through decision-making that is routinely informed by health, cost and equity impacts of different interventions.
We are at a point in time where we can structure existing data and research through simulation modelling to answer the important questions of: “what health gain and cost (savings) would Intervention X lead to, and for whom?”. SHINE will achieve this by blending epidemiology, economics, data science, clinical science and health equity approaches.
Through SHINE, we seek to leverage sophisticated simulation approaches from epidemiology, economics, and data science to provide robust evidence on the health, health equity, and cost impacts of population interventions.
Meet our diverse team of epidemiologists, economists, clinicians, data and computer scientists and equity experts. If you are interested in joining our team, contact us
Professor Tony Blakely, Unit Head, Epidemiologist, & Public Health Medicine Specialist
Dr Kirsti Hakala Assendelft, Project Coordinator
Professor Vijaya Sundararajan, Clinical Epidemiologist
Dr Driss Ait Ouakrim, Research Fellow in Epidemiology
Dr Shiva Raj Mishra, Research Fellow in Epidemiology
Dr Joshua Szanyi, Public Health Medicine Registrar
Dr Tim Wilson, Simulation Modelling and Software Engineering
Hassan Andrabi, Simulation Modelling and Software Engineering