Senior Lecturer in Clinical Epidemiology and Senior Research Fellow in the School of Public Health, University of Sydney
Katy is is a medically trained epidemiologist with specialist expertise in evaluating tests used for screening, diagnosis and surveillance. Her research has uncovered the importance of recognising the inherent measurement variability of tests when interpreting and communicating results, with work appearing in prominent journals such as BMJ (5 first-authored papers), JAMA Internal Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine and Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
Almost one in four cancers detected in men were overdiagnosed in 2012, according to our new research, published today in the Medical Journal of Australia. In the same year, we found that approximately one in five...