Dr Julie Burrows
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Julie is a Research Academic with the University Department of Rural Health (UDRH) & Rural Clinical School (RCS).
She is currently co-ordinating a multi-centre randomised controlled trial investigating measures taken to prevent gastric aspiration during rapid sequence intubation in Emergency departments.
Julie was awarded a PhD from the University of Sydney (2002) for her studies in the molecular typing, detection and phylogenetic analysis of bacterial spoilage organisms colonising dairy processing facilities. She has experience with applying molecular techniques in a variety of fields including detection and typing of clinically important viruses, gene regulation and recombinant vaccine technology.
- PhD (Agriculture), University of Sydney, 2002
- Bachelor of Science (Honours), University of Sheffield - UK, 1989
- Emergency Medicine
- Molecular Detection Tests
- Molecular Typing
Julie is experienced in the use of molecular techniques a variety of fields; detection and typing of clinically or commercially important microorganisms; gene regulation; veterinary vaccine research & development. She aslo has experience with the coordination of randomised controlled clinical trials.
As part of her current research with the UDRH & RCS, Julie is collaborating with Emergency Medicine physicians at Tamworth, Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour hospitals.
Fields of Research