We are a highly collaborative research team, engaging with researchers across a wide variety of disciplines. Working closely with multidisciplinary teams, including the Osteoarthritis Research Team, we are committed to designing and testing innovative, accessible, technology-based interventions that could speed recovery and decrease the burden of musculoskeletal pain globally. Our vision is to promote health and quality of life for the millions of people who experience back pain.
Our research focuses on evaluating common treatments for back pain, and developing innovative interventions including the use of digital health technology to improve management for the condition.
Our team is working to:
Medicine, Institute of Bone and Joint Research
Emma Ho - Research Assistant
Alessandra Marcello - Research Assistant
Lingxiao Chen - PhD Student
Michael Knox – Research Assistant
Leo Li - Honours Student
Sheung Chi (Gary) Lun - Honours Student
Clare Goodson - Clinical Trials Coordinator
Stephanie Mathieson - Senior Research Fellow
Curtis Yu - Visiting Student
Tsz Pan (Aaron) - Visiting Student
The aim of the Institute of Bone and Joint Research is to advance the understanding of the musculoskeletal system. The main focus of our research includes clinical and translational research in back pain.
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