Dr Bing Wang

 Position Research Associate
 Org Unit Paediatrics and Reproductive Health
 Email bing.wang@adelaide.edu.au
 Telephone +61 8 8161 7708
 Location Floor/Room 2 ,  WCH - Clarence Rieger Building ,   Womens & Childrens Hospital
  • Biography/ Background

    I was awarded a MPhil degree in 2014 and a PhD in 2019 at the the University of Adelaide. I received a Bachelor's degree in Medicine from the Capital Medical University (Beijing, China) in 1999. I have been working with my supervisor, Prof Helen Marshall, on projects that require complex statistical analyses and have a health economic focus. I had worked in the clinical research area for more than ten years in GlaxoSmithKline (Beijing, China), PPD (Melbourne), CMAX (Adelaide) and CPR (Adelaide).

    My research has been focusing on vaccine evaluation, costing analysis and disease burden which require knowledge of different disciplines from epidemiology to health economics to understand research topics from different perspectives. My research programs have ranged widely including face-to-face interviews, discrete choice experiment, health economic (Markov) modelling, etc. Statistical analyses conducted in my research programs have varied markedly from mixed-effects logistic regression to generalised linear models depending on the research questions. My medical, epidemiological, statistical and health economic knowledge enables me to conduct research independently and make outstanding contributions to our research team.

     

  • Awards & Achievements

    Robinson Research Institute 2019 Travel Grant, Robinson Research Institute, The University of Adelaide, 2019

    Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Research Travel Award, The University of Adelaide, 2019

    Adelaide Medical School Research Travel Award, The University of Adelaide, 2017

    European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID) Annual Meeting Travel Award, 2017

    School of Medicine Research Travel Award, The University of Adelaide, 2016

    Alice Davey Award 2016 (team award)

    Early in Career Public Health Award in Immunisation, National PHAA Immunisation Conference, 2014

    Channel 7 Children's Research Foundation PhD Top-up Scholarship, 2014-2018

    Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) Scholarship, 2014 - 2018

    Divisional Scholarship, 2012-2013

    Top Class Scholarship, 1999

    Excellent Student Award, 1999

  • Research Interests

    Her research interests are infectious disease and costing analysis.

  • Publications

    Wang B, Santoreneos R, Afzali H, Giles L, Marshall H. Costs of Invasive Meningococcal Disease: A Global Systematic Review. PharmacoEconomics 2018. DOI 10.1007/s40273-018-0679-5

    Wang B, Chen G, Ratcliffe J, Haji Ali Afzali H, Giles L, Marshall H. Adolescent values for immunisation programs in Australia: A discrete choice experiment. PLOS ONE 2017; 12(7):e0181073

    Wang B, Giles L, Haji Ali Afzali H, Clarke M, Ratcliffe J, Chen G, Marshall H. Adolescent confidence in immunisation: Assessing and comparing attitudes of adolescents and adults. Vaccine 2016; 34(46):5595-603.

    Marshall H, Wang B, Wesselingh S, Snape M, Pollard AJ. Control of invasive meningococcal disease: is it achievable? International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare. 2016; 14(1): 3-14.

    Wang B, Haji Ali Afzali H, Marshall H. The inpatient costs and hospital service use associated with invasive meningococcal disease in South Australian children. Vaccine 2014; 32: 4791-4798.

    Wang B, Clarke M, Haji Ali Afzali H, Marshal H. Community, parental and adolescent awareness and knowledge of meningococcal disease. Vaccine 2014; 32: 2042-2049.

    Wang B, Clarke M, Thomas N, Howell S, Haji Ali Afzali H, Marshal H. The clinical burden and predictors of sequelae following invasive meningococcal disease in Australian children. The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 2014; 33: 316-318.

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