Prof. Alicia Jenkins


Prof. Alicia Jenkins Endocrinologist Prof. Alicia Jenkins, MBBS, MD, FRACP, FRCPAlicia is an endocrinologist with a particular interest in the prediction and prevention of diabetes complications and the use of technology in health care. She is also a member of the International Diabetes Federation Western Pacific Region [...]

Prof. Alicia Jenkins2021-07-28T08:18:18+00:00

Sue Kent


Sue Kent Senior Research Nurse Clinical Trial Co-Ordinator Sue has worked with Professor O'Neal for over 12 years in her role as a Clinical Trial coordinator . Sue is proficient in all aspects of Clinical Trail implementation and also supports the DTRG in the training and mentoring [...]

Sue Kent2021-08-16T06:23:31+00:00

Dr Dale Morrison 


Dr Dale Morrison Post-doctoral Researcher Dr Morrison is a post-doctoral researcher and exercise physiologist with the University of Melbourne and Diabetes Technology Research Group. Dr Morrison’s previous research has focussed on glucose metabolism, exercise physiology and cardiometabolic health. His current research interests centre on how novel technologies [...]

Dr Dale Morrison 2024-05-29T04:43:34+00:00

Ms Catriona Sims


Catriona Sims Project Portfolio Manager Catriona joined the DTRG as the National Research Coordinator and Technology Trainer for the Adult Hybrid Closed Loop 3-year Study with the Artificial Pancreas, managing 7 sites across Australia in 2016. Catriona was promoted to the Project Portfolio Manager in 2018 and [...]

Ms Catriona Sims2024-06-19T01:20:02+00:00

Dr Melissa Lee


Dr Melissa Lee Endocrinologist Dr Melissa Lee is an Endocrinologist at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and is a Research Fellow and PhD candidate with the University of Melbourne and St Vincent’s Hospital Diabetes Technology Research Group. Her main interest lies in type 1 diabetes and she is [...]

Dr Melissa Lee2021-07-28T08:18:40+00:00

DR Barbora Paldus


Dr Barbora Paldus Endocrinologist Dr Barbora Paldus is an Endocrinologist and Research Fellow with the University of Melbourne and St Vincent’s Hospital Diabetes Technology Research Group. Dr Barb is passionate about improving the lives of people with type 1 diabetes and has a special interest in the application of novel [...]

DR Barbora Paldus2021-07-28T08:19:03+00:00

Professor David O’Neal


Professor David O’Neal Group Director Principal Investigator Professor David O’Neal is the Director and founder of the Diabetes Technology Research Group based at the University of Melbourne, Department of Medicine at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne. He has led multiple studies in novel diabetes technology and closed loop insulin [...]

Professor David O’Neal2021-07-28T08:28:17+00:00
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