Rajeev Samarage is a Senior Research Fellow and the Program Coordinator for Data & Analytics at the Melbourne Institute, a leading institute for applied economic and social research. Rajeev has over 10 years' experience in data analytics, data visualisation and developing statistical methodologies for data analyses.
His past experiences involved the translation of engineering concepts to the health science as seen through the work he did for his PhD in deriving meaningful quantitative information from image data; and his role in designing medical image diagnostic products for an Australian medical imaging technology company.
Now Rajeev is translating his engineering experience to innovate data analytics and data visualisation in the social sciences. Rajeev also provides his data management experience to provide oversight of the Melbourne Institute Secure Environment, a secure enclave that enables researchers to access sensitive administrative and survey data from state and federal Australian government.
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Real-time in vivo imaging of regional lung function in a mouse model of cystic fibrosis on a laboratory X-ray source.
Rhiannon P Murrie, Freda Werdiger, Martin Donnelley, Yu-Wei Lin, Richard P Carnibella, Chaminda R Samarage, Isaac Pinar, Melissa Preissner, Jiping Wang, Jian Li, Kaye S Morgan, David W Parsons, Stephen Dubsky, Andreas Fouras
Journal article | 2020 | Scientific Reports
Most measures of lung health independently characterise either global lung function or regional lung structure. The ability to mea..
Sr Research Fellow - Data Science/Data Specialist
Melbourne Institute Of Applied Economic And Social Research
Doctor of Philosophy
Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering (Honours)