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Research Officer


Dr Kingsley Wong is a medically trained research officer who works with the Child Disability Team to provide research and biostatistical support. Kingsley has extensive experience in medical research through collaboration with researchers across various disciplines and countries. This includes projects he participated in as a chief investigator on NHMRC project grants focused on the health and well-being of children with disabilities.

As a qualified biostatistician, Kingsley is proficient in the statistical modelling of large-scale, linked population-based administrative and health data, and has played a significant role in the planning and implementation of analytical strategies in many projects.

Kingsley mentors Honours and PhD students on biostatistical and data management matters, ensuring they have the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their research projects. Kingsley is a PhD student at Curtin University specialising in machine learning for adverse perinatal outcomes and has published papers related to this field.

Kingsley is actively involved in the Perth Epidemiology Group, a local chapter of the Australasian Epidemiological Association, serving as treasurer and committee member and organising seminars.