The Osteoarthritis Research Team is a large and highly collaborative team which focuses on all aspects of clinical and translational research in osteoarthritis.
We work closely with multidisciplinary teams, including the Back Pain Research Team and are committed to designing and testing innovative, accessible, technology-based interventions that could accelerate recovery and decrease the burden of musculoskeletal pain globally.
Our research focuses on numerous aspects of osteoarthritis including the epidemiology of osteoarthritis, imaging in osteoarthritis, clinical trials, novel therapies in disease management and health services research for chronic disease management.
Our team is working to:
Florance and Cope Chair of Rheumatology
Professor of Medicine, University of Sydney
Vicky Duong - Research Officer/PhD Student
Karen Arruda-Schuck - Clinical Trials Coordinator
Tatyana Fedorova - Research Coordinator
Lon Guglielmino - Research Admininstration Officer
Dr Sarah Robbins - Project Manager
Sonika Virk - Clinical Trials Coordinator
Dr Xiaoqian Liu - Clinical Research Fellow
Simone (Mimi) Dennis - Clinical Trial Assistant
Ka Martina - PhD Student
Naomi Simick Behera - PhD Student
Bimbi Gray - PhD Student
Venkatesha Venkatesha – Biostatistician
Abdolhay Farivar - Visiting Researcher
Di Zhang - Visiting Research Student
Justin Wong - MD Research Student
Bailey Walker - Research Assistant
Naomi Bloul - Clinical Trials Officer
Arashi Shahid - Visiting Student
The aim of the osteoarthritis department is to advance the understanding of the musculoskeletal system. The main focus of our research includes clinical and translational research in osteoarthritis.
Posted on: 30 May, 2023
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Posted on: 23 May, 2023
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Posted on: 16 May, 2023
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