University of Oxford
Dr Hopin Lee is a National Health and Medical Research Council Early Career Fellow with the University of Oxford and the School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle and an Honorary Clinical Scientist with Neuroscience Research Australia.
Hopin’s research is focused in understanding the mechanisms of complex interventions, mostly in rehabilitation. He is also applying this work to find efficient ways of implementing research findings in the prevention and management of chronic diseases. He has expertise in new methods of mediation analyses and is currently funded to apply such methods to examine mechanisms in trials of implementation science. Hopin is also interested in using online technologies as a source of data, and as a tool for delivering public health interventions.
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