Dr Brendon Neuen is a medical registrar and NHMRC supported PhD candidate at The George Institute for Global Health. He graduated from James Cook University with 1st Class Honours and an Academic Medal and has a Masters in Global Health and Epidemiology from the University of Oxford, where he studied on a full scholarship, and received the prize for best dissertation for his work using routinely collected primary care data to analyze kidney disease progression. He has worked clinically across diverse settings from tropical Far North Queensland to inner city Sydney, where he was Resident of the Year at St Vincent's Hospital in 2015.

He is broadly interested in the relationship between diabetes, cardiovascular and kidney disease, and is involved in the analyses of several international multicentre clinical trials and large-scale observational studies using routinely collected healthcare data.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Clinical Lecturer, University of Sydney

Education

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    University of New South Wales, Doctor of Philosophy
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    University of Oxford, Master of Science, Global Health and Epidemiology
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    James Cook University, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (1st Class Honours)