A/Prof Nicole Rankin is an implementation scientist and Head, Evaluation and Implementation Science Unit, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne. Her focus is on research translation, including how interventions can be rapidly translated into clinical practice, particularly in lung cancer. Nicole is an international leader in implementation research design, conduct and evaluation. She has led or collaborated on implementation research projects in lung cancer screening, early diagnosis and multidisciplinary team management, head and neck cancer, cancer genetics anxiety and depression clinical pathways. Nicole has published more than 75 manuscripts in highly relevant health services research journals and is a chief investigator on $16.3M worth of research grants. In 2020, Nicole was awarded the Leslie J. Fleming Churchill Fellowship to explore strategies that enable people from disadvantaged communities to screen for lung cancer, which she will undertake in 2023.
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