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Ms Edwards has been a Registered Nurse/Midwife since 1978 working in various areas including Midwifery and Hospital Administration. In 1999 after a move to Adelaide she began working in Cardiology and studied for a Graduate Certificate in Cardiovascular Nursing. In 2004 she commenced working in Flinders Clinical Trials, first as a study coordinator and then in late 2008 became the Project Manager for the newly formed Flinders Centre for Cardiac Magnetic Resonance research group under Professor Joseph Selvanayagam.
Christine was involved in establishing the CMR- Core lab initially for an international pharmaceutical sponsored study- PROTECTION AMI CMR Sub-study. She has been involved with the submission of grants and now is involved with Project Management and Monitoring of studies both commercial and investigator driven overseeing International and Australian sites within the SAHMRI Clinical Research team. She also assists with the mentoring of new staff. Christine is also involved with the Healthy Mothers, Babies and Children group in a monitoring capacity.
Over the past few years she has been involved in the SAHMRI Quality Assurance with the auditing of various projects and teams after completing auditing training.
Her research interests are mainly in the field of Heart Failure, Acute Coronary Syndromes and Premature births. She is a member of the South Australian Cardiovascular Research Network, Association of Clinical Research Professionals, ARCS, ANZ Alliance for Cardiovascular Trials and an Affiliate member of the CSANZ.
Diploma, Sturt College of Advanced Education
Jan 1982 → Dec 1983
Graduate Certificate, Flinders University
Feb 2001 → Dec 2001
Apr 1977 → Apr 1978
Mar 1973 → Mar 1976
- Clinical Trials
- Project Management
Correlation of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and biochemical markers of myocardial injury in a multi-centre study: PROTECTION AMI CMR sub-studyGrover, S., Bell, S., Edwards, C., Huang, S., Leong, D., Chakrabarty, A. & Selvanayagam, J., 1 Feb 2012, In : Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 14, Suppl 1, p. 066
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