Dr Elizabeth Moore is Research Fellow with the MRDR and contributes to many registry-related projects. She is a Steering Committee member of the Asia-Pacific MRDR in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, and sits on the Research Governance Committee of this School. She is a member of the Expert Advisory Group for the MRFF-funded EpiMAP study (Epidemiological modelling to deliver better care for Australian patients with myeloma), and investigator in the MRFF-funded MY-PROMPT-2 trial to assess whether real-time feedback of patient-reported outcomes to clinicians at clinic visits improves duration on therapy in patients with relapsed myeloma; she led the proof-of-concept trial which informed this project. Elizabeth has extensive experience managing the complex needs of critically ill cancer patients as a critical care nurse, and is Chair of the Research Standing Committee of the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA), playing a key role in progressing the CNSA Nursing Workforce Mapping research program.
Dr Laura Sellick is the MRDR Research Officer. She works on many registry-based projects including the Myeloma 1000 Biobank and IMPROVE (Immunoglobulins in Myeloma Patients: Research into Outcomes, Variation in practice, and Epidemiology).
Laura's role with the registry includes managing the ethics and governance requirements for the MRDR and Myeloma 1000 Biobank sites, liaising with site staff to support data collection, coordinating the logistics of biobank sample reception, and supporting the needs of numerous studies. She was instrumental in establishing the IMPROVE Biobank.
Laura completed a PhD in cognitive neuroscience at Swinburne University of Technology in 2019.
As Data Manager, Cameron is responsible for the data management of the MRDR and provides key leadership and support for the registry. He works closely with other MRDR staff and the steering committee to ensure the accuracy and quality of the data. Cameron has experience across a diverse range of research fields including physics, mathematical biology and cancer epidemiology.
Dr Fiona (Pin-Yen) Chen is a Data Officer with the MRDR and Transfusion Research Unit at Monash University.
Fiona provides data support to various MRDR-based projects through analysis of data and preparation of reports for sites and collaborators.
Fiona has a PhD in data science from Griffith University, and since joining Monash has specialised in data analysis in malignant haematology and transfusion medicine.