I work to ensure digital health systems are secure and designed to deliver the best outcomes to patients, clients and residents.
I am a Doctor of Medicine student at the University of Melbourne, based at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, previously completing degrees in Informatics and Biomedicine.
I became involved with AIDH through volunteering at various conferences. I’ve had experience in Bioinformatics, Web Development, and Data Analytics. My current interest lies in Radiology Informatics where I hope to use Artificial Intelligence on the massive amount of radiological data to optimise health outcomes.
I am the chair of the AIDH Student Network – a new AIDH Special Interest Group developed for passionate Health Informatics students all around Australia. My goal is to empower the next generation of Health Informatics leaders and ensure a competent future Health Informatics workforce in Australia. Since joining AIDH, I found the Health Informatics community incredibly kind and welcoming, I hope that the AIDHStudent Network also develops into a supportive community where passionate individuals can work together, share ideas and help each other achieve their goals. I’m also a member of the AIDH Vic State Branch Committee where I help represent student opinions, and provide the bridging link between students and Digital Health Leaders.
Cookie and cream ice cream, delicious food and breathtaking views after a good hike
I’m passionate about
Travelling, AFL, Volleyball