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Dr Chrissy Imai has a background in infectious disease epidemiology and statistical methodology. Previously, she researched environmental impacts on infectious diseases in various international collaborative projects in the Pacific region and Africa. She was a recipient of the national research grants and fellowships in Japan (JSPS) and Australia (Endeavor Research Fellowship of the Australian Award) during her PhD.

Her primary interest includes infectious disease control and management, and statistical methodology for longitudinal analysis. Since she joined the Centre for Health System and Safety Research at Macquarie University, she has been involved in projects using large datasets of electronic health records collected from Australian general practices. She is currently a principal investigator of the Digital Health CRC-funded project to assess the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on general practice. 

Research interests

Public Health, Infectious disease, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Health evaluation, 

Education/Academic qualification

Medical Science and Infection Research, PhD

Oct 2011Sep 2015

Award Date: 18 Sep 2015

Research Epidemiology, MPH

Aug 2008Mar 2010

External positions

Honorary Researcher, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University

Oct 2015Mar 2020


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