Mr Marko Simunovic is a PhD candidate in the Allergy Research Group who believes everyone should have a fair opportunity to attain their full health potential. He specializes in combining epidemiology and big data to produce meaningful health related outcomes. Awarded the Australian Government Research Training Program Stipend, as well as a top up scholarship from The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, for his current research. His PhD project focuses on evaluating the risk of Thunderstorm Asthma in Queensland. He holds a Masters of Public Health as well as a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from the Queensland University of Technology.
Projects (Chief investigator)
- Medek, Danielle, Simunovic, Marko, Erbas, Bircan, Katelaris, Constance, Lampugnani, Edwin, Huete, Alfredo, Beggs, Paul, Davies, Janet (2019) Enabling self-management of pollen allergies: a pre-season questionnaire evaluating the perceived benefit of providing local pollen information Aerobiologia, 35 (4), pp.777–782.
- Davies, Janet, Erbas, Bircan, Simunovic, Marko, Al Kouba, Jane, Milic, Andelija (2017) Literature review on thunderstorm asthma and its implicaitons for public health advice: Final Report