Dr Nicole De La Mata

Dr Nicole De La Mata is an senior lecturer in biostatistics at The University of Sydney. She has extensive experience in using linked data and undertaking advanced statistical models. Her research focuses on equitable access to health care and services to improve long-term outcomes in people with kidney failure, living kidney donors and organ transplant recipients.

Twitter: @Nickii_dlm

Professor Angela Webster

Professor Angela Webster is a Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and a Nephrologist who is internationally recognised for her kidney and transplantation research with over 200 publications and recipient of numerous national and international awards.

Twitter: @angelacwebster

Associate Professor Patrick Kelly

A/Professor Patrick Kelly is an Associate Professor in Biostatistics at Sydney School of Public Health and Associate Dean for Postgraduate Coursework, Sydney Medical School at the University of Sydney. He has extensive experience in both end stage kidney disease and organ transplantation using health services, health registers and linked data.


Rachel Cutting

Rachel Cutting is a Research Officer at the University of Sydney. Rachel is a Registered Nurse and received her Masters of Public Health in 2017.


Dr Melanie Wyld

Melanie is a renal and transplant physician at Westmead Hospital.  Her research explores cost, quality of life and clinical outcomes in kidney transplantation. She has presented her research nationally and internationally and has been the recipient of awards including early career research awards as well as the KHA prize for best presentation in clinical research.  She has a number of policy leadership roles including membership of the AIHW Chronic Kidney Disease Expert Advisory Group, the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) renal executive committee and the Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry (ANZDATA) transplant working group. She has a PhD, MPH, MBBS, and B.Economics (Hons 1 and University Medal) from the University of Sydney, Australia and an MBA from Stanford University, USA.