Developing data driven methods to better identify risk groups for the sentinel surveillance of blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections using primary care data
Supervisors: Prof Margaret Hellard, Prof Dougie Boyle, Prof Jane Hocking, A/Prof. Adam Dunn
Carol is an infectious diseases epidemiologist at the Burnet Institute with over a decade of experience managing state and national surveillance systems monitoring blood borne viruses (BBV) and sexually transmissible infections (STI). Carol is undertaking a PhD at the University of Melbourne which involves implementing and evaluating machine learning methods to improve the identification of risk groups for the sentinel surveillance of BBVs and STIs.
Funding: NHMRC scholarship