Margie Campbell joined the Centre for Health Economics Research Evaluation (CHERE) as a Research Fellow in January 2018. She is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Health Economics and Policy. Margie started her scientific career with a Ph.D. in Biochemistry followed by several post-doctoral research positions including at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH). During this time, she trained and managed a team of researchers, was a recipient of NHMRC and Arthritis Foundation Project Grants and was a presenter at national and global scientific meetings.
Margie has worked in a number of stakeholder and project management roles in leading pharmaceutical and medical device companies in clinical research, regulatory affairs, medical affairs, corporate compliance and in the not-for-profit sector.
At CHERE, Margie is the Project Manager on the Victorian Healthy Homes Program and a researcher on the Evaluation Team for the Crusted Scabies Project.
Braithwaite, J, Zurynski, Y, Ludlow, K, Holt, J, Augustsson, H & Campbell, M 2019, 'Towards sustainable healthcare system performance in the 21st century in high-income countries: a protocol for a systematic review of the grey literature', BMJ Open, vol. 9, pp. e025892-e025892.View/Download from: UTS OPUS or Publisher's site