Clinical and digital health approaches to cardiometabolic and chronic conditions
The Westmead Applied Research Centre (WARC) celebrates a research approach that thinks and acts flexibly, aims to do more with less, embraces technology in health care, sees co-design and partnership as necessities for translation and impact, and consistently views its activities through the lens of value and equity.
Professor Clara Chow, Director (Annelise Barkhuizen, Executive Assistant to Director)
- Doctor Marina Ali, Centre Manager
Caroline Wu, Research Administration Manager
Vishal Gopal, Clinical Trials Services Manager
Simone Marschner, Senior Biostatistician
Emma Charlston, Digital Health Project Manager
Dr. Clara Chow
Dr. Clara Chow is Professor of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health, Academic Director of the Westmead Applied Research Centre (WARC) and Academic Co-Director of CPC (Charles Perkins Centre) Westmead. She is a Cardiologist and Clinical Lead Community Based Cardiac Services at Westmead hospital and was recently appointed to the WSLHD Board. She is currently President of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand. She is also Co-chair of the Secondary Prevention Alliance in Australia. She has a PhD from the University of Sydney, Australia in cardiovascular epidemiology and international public Health and Postdoc from McMaster University, Canada in clinical trials and cardiac imaging. She is a NHMRC Investigator Grant Leadership awardee and with this leads a research program focussed on innovation for health service provision and clinical management of cardiovascular disease prevention. Much of her research employs a strategy of ‘frugal innovation’ – innovation that creates smart, low-cost solutions to big health problems.
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