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CBDRH/Medicine, UNSW Sydney

The Centre for Big Data Research in Health (CBDRH) in the Faculty of Medicine was established in November 2014. CBDRH conducts research using large-scale electronic data that spans the biomedical, clinical, health services and public health domains.

To maximise the productive use of all possible sources of health big data in order to enhance the health and well being of Australians and the global community.

The power of 'big data' is harnessed to transform the prevention and management of disease, and the delivery of health services.

Key Objectives

  • Serve as an Australian and international hub for health research using big data
  • Undertake high-quality, multi-disciplinary health research using big data
  • Work in partnership with clinicians, health services, policymakers and industry to facilitate the rapid translation of research findings into health improvements
  • Build multi-disciplinary capacity in health research using big data
  • Promote public, clinical and policy awareness of the health and societal benefits of research using big data

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