Dr Thomas Sullivan
School of Public Health
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Tom is an NHMRC Emerging Leadership Fellow, Lead Biostatistician in the SAHMRI Women and Kids Theme, and Adjunct Senior Fellow in the School of Public Health. His research interests include clinical trial methodology, methods for handling missing data, the analysis of clustered and longitudinal data, and methods of meta-analysis.
Competitive Research Funding
National Competitive Schemes
|Date||Project/No.||Chief Investigator(s)||Funding Body||Amount ($AUD)|
|2020-2024||Iodine supplementation in pregnancy to improve early childhood neurodevelopment: how much is enough? / Project ID 1199617||Makrides M, Green T, Grivell R, Cheong J, Zhou S, Sullivan T, Afzali H, Best K, Gould J, Mackerras D||MRFF||3,235,960|
|2020-2024||Increasing the value of randomised trials: a combined program of methodological and applied health research / Project ID 1173576||Sullivan T||NHMRC||
|2020-2024||The effect of transfusion with washed versus unwashed red blood cells to modify neonatal morbidity and mortality: A randomised controlled trial / Project ID 1183561||Stark M, Collins C, Sullivan T, Andersen C, Morton R, Marks D||NHMRC||2,071,936|
|2018-2022||Maternal diet rich in eggs and peanuts to reduce food allergies: a randomised controlled trial / Project ID 1147576||Palmer D, Makrides M, Prescott S, Campbell D, Sullivan T, Gold M, Koplin J, Nanan R||NHMRC||3,668,162|
|2018-2020||Efficacy and safety of omega-3 DHA supplementation in preterm infants: childhood follow-up of the N3RO trial / Project ID 1146806||Collins C, Makrides M, McPhee A, Gibson R, Sullivan T, Gould J, Best K||NHMRC||703,371|
|2012-2014||Docosahexaenoic acid for the reduction of bronchopulomonary dysplasia in preterm infants born at less than 29 weeks gestational age: a randomised controlled trial / Project ID 1022112||Collins C, Gibson R, McPhee A, Thio M, Sullivan T, Simmer K, Rajadurai V||NHMRC||1,870,914|
|2012-2014||Does n-3 LCPUFA supplementation in pregnancy reduce asthma and allergies in school age children / Project ID 1027710||Makrides M, Gold M, Palmer D, Sullivan T, Kennedy J, Alfred M||NHMRC||429,231|
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