|Adrian Barnett is a statistician who has over 28 years of applied experience, specialising in medical statistics, health services research and research funding. Adrian is a founder member of AusHSI, where he has evaluated large and complex changes to the health system. He is a fellow of the Academy of Social Science in Australia, a member of the NHMRC Research Committee, and member of Science and Technology Australia’s policy committee.
Adrian’s current focus is on improving the quality of health and medical research, and to improve how researchers apply and describe their statistical analyses. He is passionate about the application of statistics to health and the use of data analysis to develop cost-effective interventions in our health system. Adrian has worked with clinicians, researchers and policy makers in almost all areas of the health system.