About Me

I am originally from the UK, where I spent most of my time in Nottingham, Leeds, and the Yorkshire Dales. I migrated to Queensland, Australia in 2000. I am now based in Brisbane and work in public health research.

image1My interests include epidemiology, evidence-based medicine, research methods, paediatric telemedicine, clinical trials in gynaecological cancer, Indigenous health, and health geography. Prior to retaining, my background was as a computer scientist and as a quantitative researcher I still retain a strong interest in computational methods.

I work as a research fellow at the University of Queensland (UQ) School of Medicine, based at the Queensland Centre for Gynaecological Cancer Research, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH). I also have academic affiliations with the UQ Centre for Online Health and UQ Dermatology Research Centre.

I am a peer reviewer for a number of academic journals, and an associate editor of the Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare.

I am keen on tea, good science, simplicity, and the aesthetic appeal of fully-justified text.

I can be contacted at: nigel@nigelarmfield.me