A/PROF Tomas Kalincik

A/PROF Tomas Kalincik

Positions

  • Biostatistics (disease outcome models, prediction markers)
  • Epidemiology (risk factors and prediction markers, natural disease course, treatment outcomes)
  • Muptiple sclerosis (genetics, prediction, biomarkers, associated diseases, treatment)
  • Neurology (disease outcomes)

Overview

Affiliation

Member of

  • Royal Australian College of Physicians. Fellow - FRACP (Neurology) 2017 -
  • Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists. member 2015 -
  • Medical Board of Australia. specialist registration (neurology) 2012 -
  • Federation of European Neurosciences. member 2008 -
  • Czech Medical Chamber. registered 2009 - 2011
  • Czech Neurological Society. member 2009 - 2011
  • Movement Disorder Society. member 2009 - 2010
  • Australian Neuroscience Society. member 2007 - 2008
  • Slovak Medical Chamber. registered 2005 - 2006

Publications

Selected publications

Research

Investigator on

Awards

Education and training

  • FRACP, 2017
  • n/a, Charles University in Prague 2015
  • N/A, Charles University in Prague 2015
  • PGCertBiostat, University of Melbourne 2014
  • PhD, University of New South Wales 2009
  • MD, Charles University in Prague 2005

Awards and honors

  • Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, 2017
  • NHMRC Fellowship, 2013
  • Not in List, 2012
  • Postgraduate Research Student Support Scheme, University of New South Wales, 2006
  • School of Medical Sciences Research Scholarship, University of New South Wales, 2006
  • Postgraduate Research Scholarship, University of New South Wales, 2006

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Supervision

Available for supervision

  • Y

Supervision Statement

  • Several topics suitable for Masters and Doctoral programs in the following areas are available:

    - disease and treatment outcomes in multiple sclerosis
    - predictive modelling of neurological conditions
    - advanced models for longitudinal disease outcomes
    - volumetric MRI in neurological disease


    Research projects are administered by the Clinical Outcomes Research Unit at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
    The projects are suitable for neurologists / advanced trainees in neurology with academic focus or biostatisticians with interest in clinical outcomes research.