Videos
CLINICAL OUTCOMES RESEARCH (CORe) UNIT

 

On this page we will feature a series of videos filmed with members of one of our newest research groups, the Clinical Outcomes Research (CORe) Unit.  These features will introduce and discuss a range of topics related to the investigations they're currently undertaking.  New videos will be added as they become available.

 

INTRODUCING THE CLINICAL OUTCOMES RESEARCH UNIT

 

By A/Prof Tomas Kalincik
 

In this video, A/Prof Tomas Kalincik (Neurologist and Research Group Leader) introduces the Clinical Outcomes Research (CORe) Unit. He explains how the CORe Unit brings together clinical and statistical expertise to translate large amounts of data into evidence, in order to improve outcomes for people living with a variety of neurological conditions.

UNDERSTANDING BRAIN VOLUME, DISEASE PROGRESSION AND PREGNANCY IN MS​​

By Dr Ai-Lan Nguyen
 

In this interview, Dr Ai-Lan Nguyen (PhD student, Clinical Outcomes Research Unit) discusses her journey to join CORe and how her project is helping to better understand some key issues in multiple sclerosis.

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS TREATMENTS AND DELAYED EFFECTS

By Dr Izanne Roos
 

In this video, we are lucky enough to meet Dr Izanne Roos (PhD student, Clinical Outcomes Research Unit).  During the interview, she talks about life in Melbourne compared to South Africa and how her research is helping to understand whether a delay exists before benefits are observed with multiple sclerosis treatments.

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENT REGISTRY COLLABORATION

By Dr Sifat Sharmin, Mathilde Lefort & Johanna Andersen
 

Although only recently formed, the Clinical Outcomes Research Unit or CORe has already established some major collaborations. One such partnership involves examining large amounts of clinical data from multiple sclerosis patient registries based in Melbourne, France and Denmark. We were lucky enough to sit down with a member from each group and discuss this exciting project!

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