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Dr Chrianna Bharat


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Dr Chrianna Bharat is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow and applied biostatistician at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Sydney. She was awarded her PhD in 2023, demonstrating the utility of person-level data linkage and innovative analytical methods to generate real-world evidence about the use and outcomes of prescribed medicines among people with opioid dependence.

Chrianna’s current research program involves a range of epidemiological studies including population-linked data focusing on people with a history of drug dependence or exposure to incarceration; safety and effectiveness of pharmaceutical medicines; post-market surveillance; and the implementation, evaluation and systematic reviews of existing and novel research methodologies.

Chrianna is co-lead of the Knowledge Translation portfolio of the NHMRC Medicines Intelligence Centre for Research Excellence, an Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Drug Policy, and Deputy Statistics and Methodology Editor for Addiction.

Chrianna is available for supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students.

University role: 
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Teaching & Supervision
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