Event Listings

Event Listings

The Linkage Luminaries | 2021 Webinar Series

The PHRN are excited to launch its new webinar series for 2021 entitled 'The Linkage Luminaries".  This webinar series will aim to showcase some of Australia's leading researchers who have used data linkage in their research.  

10 March 2021 Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health
28 April 2021 Professor John Lynch, Deputy Dean Research, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, School of Public Health, The University of Adelaide
13 May 2021 Professor Julian Trollor, Chair of Intellectual Disability and Mental Health, University of New South Wales
23 June 2021 Professor David Preen, Professor, Heath and Medical Services, Population and Public Health, Chair in Public Health, Health and Medical Sciences, Population and Public Health, the University of Western Australia
7 July 2021 Professor Emily Banks, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, College of Health & Medicine, Australian National University
23 September 2021 Associate Professor Heather Gidding NHMRC Career Development Fellow, Associate Professor and Principal Research Fellow Clinical and Population Perinatal Research, Royal North Shore Hospital, Senior Research Fellow, The National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance, The University of Sydney and Dr Hannah Moore, Head, Infectious Diseases Epidemiology; Program Head, Infections and Vaccines; Epidemiology Lead, Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines Infectious Diseases, Telethon Kids Institute
21 October 2021
Professor Natasha Nassar Financial Markets Foundation for Children Chair in Translational Childhood Medicine, Childrens Hospital at Westmead Clinical School
NHMRC Leadership Fellow, Charles Perkins Centre Populations Domain Leader, Menzies Centre for Health Policy and Economics, Sydney School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney
November Dr Matthew Jose, Professor of Medicine, University of Tasmania


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Latest Impact Story

In the long run: How data linkage supports clinical trials. When QIMR Berghofer researcher Professor Rachel Neale was studying vitamin D, she knew it had been linked to a host of serious diseases. Professor Neale says linked data—such as hospital records, cancer registers and death records—have been incredibly important for the study.

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Our next Linkage Luminaries webinar will be taking place on Wednesday 23 June at 12noon AEST, 11.30am ACST, 10am AWST with Professor David Preen, Chair in Public Health, UWA School of Population and Global Health. The webinar series aims to showcase some of Australia's leading researchers who have used data linkage in their research.