Sophie joined the Cancer Health Services Research Unit as a Research Fellow in May 2020.
Previous to this, Sophie has been working on multi-site clinical studies investigating the clinical value, stakeholder experiences and implementation of genomic sequencing in patients with advanced solid cancers to improve treatment options and health outcomes.
Her research will continue to explore optimal avenues for translating genomic profiling into clinical use, with particular interest in novel approaches to quantifiying the value of integrating genomic information into real world treatment plans and assessing the efficiency in testing algorithms to balance resource use with improving clinical outcomes through precision oncology.
Sophie has a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) and Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics from Swinburne University of Technology and a Graduate Diploma in Biostatistics from the University of Melbourne.
Outside of work, Sophie spends her time trail running and baking on the weekends. She loves exploring the countryside of Regional Victoria with her dog as well as going to football and live music in Melbourne.