Ms Jacelle Warren is a Biostatistician in the Jamieson Trauma Institute and is currently undertaking her PhD (part-time) within JTI and the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Jacelle was awarded a Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Postgraduate Scholarship to undertake her PhD research, titled “Looking beyond the initial injury: Long-term burden and cost to the healthcare system for the treatment of road traffic crash injury in Queensland”.
Jacelle has extensive experience with statistical analysis of large injury datasets, both cross-sectional and longitudinal, and has a particular interest in the physical and psychological recovery of injured people. Jacelle has co-authored a number of peer-reviewed publications in injury epidemiology and determinants of outcome following injury. She spent ten years working in data management, data analysis and reporting of injury data collected by the Queensland Trauma Registry (QTR), and has co-authored numerous statistical and research reports for both QTR and the Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC). In 2009, Jacelle completed a Master of Science (Statistics) through the Biostatistical Collaboration of Australia and The University of Queensland.
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