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jodie-cochrane

PHD STUDENT

JODIE COCHRANE

Official role at CRI: PhD Student.

What does that mean you do? I am developing the clinical predictive tool that will use preoperative measures to predict patient outcomes at three months post-surgery. These predictions will help inform which rehabilitation strategy may be most beneficial for the patient.

What is your favourite part of your work? I’ve always really loved learning. Conducting cross-discipline research has meant that I get to expand my knowledge on a range of subjects. I interact with people from both disciplines and across different research projects, and love that I always learning something new, even over lunchtime conversations.

How do you look after your own health and wellbeing? There are many ways I like to relax including heading to yoga or for a run, catching up with friends/relatives, heading to the beach or farmers markets, or even just watching a good show on Netflix.

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