Professor Suzanne Robinson is the theme lead for the Health Systems and Health Economics group at Curtin University. Suzanne has been awarded competitive research grants from international and national funding agencies. She has been involved in leading health systems and health economics projects that have had major impact on government reform initiatives. Suzanne leads international research on decision making and priority setting and disinvestment in health, this work involves a number of aspects, in particular the use of health data sets to produce an evidence base to inform resource allocation decisions. Suzanne is involved in leading the data analytics work at Curtin University and the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Cardiovascular outcomes improvement, and brings together economics and translational research expertise to this work.
Do you have an idea for the next big discovery? Do you wish you did? Research is never an end unto its own. This breakout gives you a chance to ask the questions about how to make great research sing in a clinical arena, and to learn from some of the best.