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Associate Prof. Adam Dunn

The University of Sydney, Australia

Associate Professor Adam Dunn leads Biomedical Informatics and Digital Health in the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney.  His research is about applying data science and machine learning in clinical epidemiology, aiming to improve the use of clinical trial evidence in systematic reviews and clinical practice; and in public health, aiming to improve health behaviours by monitoring how evidence and misinformation are taken up in different communities. He has led projects funded by the NHMRC, AHRQ, NLM/NIH, and WHO; is Convener of the Digital Health and Informatics Network at the University of Sydney, is Affiliate Faculty with the Computational Health Informatics Program at Boston Children’s Hospital; and has held editorial roles with four journals related to biomedical informatics and evidence synthesis.

Associate Prof. Adam Dunn will be speaking in...