Dr Susanna Cramb is a Biostatistician at Jamieson Trauma Institute and an NHMRC Emerging Leader Research Fellow and Senior Research Fellow at Queensland University of Technology. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Medical Science; QUT), Graduate Certificate of Science (Statistics; UQ), Master of Public Health & Tropical Medicine (JCU), and PhD in Biostatistics (QUT). Susanna collaborates extensively with both non-government and government agencies to ensure uptake and impact from her research.
Susanna’s research specialty is applying advanced modelling techniques to investigate health inequities, especially across small areas and time. Her cancer mapping work has received prestigious industry awards and directly informed government policy. Susanna was recognised with a Queensland Young Tall Poppy award in 2020 for her excellence in research and scientific outreach.
Susanna leads the HERO (Health Equity Research with Outcomes) research group, comprised of her past and present students. She has over 15 years’ experience in epidemiological research, and has developed new statistical models and methods.
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