PhD Research Domain:

Consumer informatics

Expertise:

Modelling, health technology assessment

Skill Set:

1. Web Application development
2. Software programming
3. Technical documentation
4. System and database administration
5. Client management
6. Natural language processing methods
7. Quantitative and thematic Qualitative research

PhD Topic:

Mental health and computer science

PhD Submission Date:

Submitted March 2018 – Australian National University

Qualifications:

2018 PhD, Australia National University (pending)
2011 Master of Science, University of Sydney – Health Informatics
2004 Bachelor of Science, Queensland University of Technology – Information Technology

Profile:
Brendan has a background in information technology having successfully completed a Master of Science and a Bachelor Science. Brendan has previously worked as a research assistant, clinical RCTs and IT consultant. He is an able quantitative researcher wishing to develop his qualitative research skills and move into mixed methods work setting. Working with stakeholders to understand business requirements and develop processes accordingly, RCTs, stakeholder engagement and user-centred design are core interests.

LinkedIn Profile:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendan-loo-gee-07319a69/

 

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