Posts byJulian Elliot, Tari Turner and Anneliese Synnot
Associate Professor Julian Elliott is Lead for Evidence Systems at Cochrane and Senior Research Fellow at Cochrane Australia, Monash University and an HIV physician at the Alfred Hospital. He is leading Cochrane’s development of new evidence systems, including new software systems, artificial intelligence and citizen science to improve the production of systematic reviews. He is also the co-founder and CEO of Covidence, a non-profit online platform for efficient systematic review production. Associate Professor Elliott was the recipient of the 2017 Commonwealth Health Minister’s Award for Excellence in Health and Medical Research.
Dr Tari Turner is a Senior Research Fellow at Cochrane Australia, Monash University. She is currently working on Project Transform, a three-year flagship health evidence project, which is developing and scaling-up innovations in evidence production by the global Cochrane network. Tari’s passion is supporting evidence-based decision-making to ensure the best possible outcomes, particularly for mothers and babies. She enjoys designing, finding, synthesising and communicating research, and she loves seeing research actually make a difference.
Anneliese Synnot is a Research Fellow at Cochrane Australia, Monash University where she manages Cochrane's living systematic review pilot. She is also undertaking a PhD at the Centre for Health Communication and Participation, La Trobe University, on consumer and other stakeholder engagement to prioritise and co-produce systematic reviews.