Ms Alex Gorelik
Ms Gorelik is a biostatistician and research methodologist with over 14 years experience in clinical, epidemiological and health services research, health data analytics and Business Intelligence. She has a strong statistical background with expertise in Big Data Exploration, Predictive Modelling, Quantitative and Qualitative Research, Health Economics and more.
She is currently working as a Senior Research fellow at the Cognition and Emotion Research Centre , School of Behavioural and Health Science. Her primary role includes  provision of advice and assistance for researchers in all aspects related to research, including study design, sample size calculations, data collection and management, data analysis and results interpretation.
In her previous roles, Alex provided advice the Royal Melbourne Hospital Ethics Committee, reviewing projects for study design, sample size and data analysis methodology, lead a number of data linkage projects, including the linkage of patients level data to a number of national data repositories held by the Australian Institute of Helath and Welfarte (AIHW), developed education programms for students and researchers covering various topics, including study design, data management and analysis, manuscript/thesis writting, etc.
She is also an honorary Principal Research Fellow, at the Department of Medicine (RMH), Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Melbourne.
Co-supervision of students: Ms Gorelik has co-supervised/mentored scores of students in all levels (PhD, Masters and Honours).
Journal reviews: Ms Gorelik undertakes statistical reviews of papers submitted to "Quality of Life Research (QURE)", "Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism", "The Medical Journal of Australia (MJA)", etc.  and is an editorial board member for the "International Journal of Big Data and Analytics in Health Care (IJBDAH)"
Alex co-authored over 180 publications in various health domains, including endocrinology, gastroenterology, cardiology, musculoskeletal, cancer, neurology, mental health, women&rsquos health, health economic, health service utilisation and more. The full list can be found on her pages on ResearchGate and Scopus
Page last updated: 2018-01-22
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