Sumit Parikh joined the team at the Australian Haemophilia Centre Directors' Organisation (AHCDO) as the ABDR Research Analyst in May 2016. His primary responsibilities include initiating and leading projects related to the Australian Bleeding Disorders Registry (ABDR).
With a PhD in Health and Medical Informatics and strong background in IT and Statistical Analysis, Sumit brings important skills to the AHCDO research team. His core research areas and expertise include design, development, analysis and evaluation of clinical decision support systems, elearning systems and telehealth. He is involved with education and training for medical staff on Informatics and e-health and also works part-time at the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) as a Senior Project Lead for Cataract Outcomes and Quality of Life projects.
Sumit's work at AHCDO will involve identifying priority research areas in need of development around the diagnosis and treatment of bleeding disorders. He is looking forward to the challenges relating to enhancements and/or improvements for the ABDR in collaboration with the National Blood Authority.
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