Lua is a Research Fellow at Flinders Digital Health Research Centre. Her research flagship area is in 'Digital Health Supporting Our Ageing Society'. Lua is the principal investigator on the Flinders Assistant for Memory Enhancement (FAME) study and is the project coordinator for the Dementia and Aged Care Services project. Lua brings experience in Health Informatics, Biostatistics, Data Science , Hospital Patient Flow Process Mining, Modelling and Simulation.
PhD from Flinders University, South Australia
Masters of Information Technology (Computing) from Flinders University, South Australia
IMIS Graduate Diploma from Institute for the Management of Information Systems, UK
B.SC (Hons.) Computing from University of Greenwich, UK
IN2D Staff Mobility Scheme (2019)
Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Early Career Researchers (2018)
Flinders University Impact Seed Funding for Early Career Researcher (2018)
ATSE Global Connection Fund Priming Grant (2018)
Schoold of Health Sciences Strategic Research Project Grant (2017)
Dementia and Aged Care Services Fund (DACS) - Seed funding (2017)
Faculty of Science & Engineering International Travel Grant (2013)
Faculty of Science and Engineering Research Scholarship (2011)
Health Informatics, Data Science, E-health, Tele-health, Process Mining, Epidemiology, Hospital patient journeys modelling, Stochastic modelling in health, Dementia care in hospital, Hospital patient flow, Emergency department wait times, Hospital and emergency department process improvements, Digital health, Public health, Information systems in health, Health services research, Computer software, databases, In vivo research
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