Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah
Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah is a physician in infectious diseases and general medicine at a major Melbourne hospital. She has research interests in artificial intelligence, health services research and the occupational safety of health care workers. Michelle is the founder of fungalAi, a platform technology that aims to facilitate faster surveillance and diagnosis of fungal infections in patients with blood cancers. In 2019, she was awarded a prestigious TRIP (Translating Research Into Practice) fellowship by the Medical Research Future Fund and appointed to JAMA Network Open as a statistical and methods reviewer. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Michelle has advocated for Australian healthcare workers and brought her critical thinking skills to the vaccine debate noting that she is not a vaccinologist. She is the co-founder of Healthcare Workers Australia, a grass-roots advocacy group supporting better work, health and safety standards for Australia's frontline.
Podcasts | Lectures
The AZ Vaccine – Clot Risks and Questions about Herd Immunity – Lecture CPD 1 Point
Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah | Created on 26 May 2021