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Nicole Matthews

Research Coordinator Connect C

Nicole is the Research Coordinator for the Connect C project at Burnet Institute. A role which encompasses engaging, collaboration and building hepatitis C interventions with all Australian mainland health departments and community.  With extensive experience in managing clinical and non-clinical projects in financial, government and medical sectors. Nicole has Successfully implemented health intervention projects in BBVSTI, Worker Compensation, Pain Management, and Medical Examination. 

Prior to Burnet, she delivered the Victorian Coordinated Hepatitis responses to Enhance the Cascade of Care by optimizing existing Surveillance Systems (CHECCS) project, funded by EC Australia. Health data points from this project are now embedded in the new Victorian Hepatitis C strategy indicators.

Her interests include health service design and delivery, operational efficiencies and effective health data management to improve outcomes for individuals.

  • 2017: Project Management Fundamentals, Steedman Training
  • 2009: Graduate Certificate Corporate Management, Deakin University
  • 2003: Bachelor of Business International Trade/Banking and Finance
  • 2023-ongoing: Research Coordinator, Connect C, Burnet Institute
  • 2021-2022: Project Coordinator, WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis/ Doherty Institute
  • 2017-2020: Project Coordinator, Clinical Panels, WorkSafe Victoria.
  • 2015-2016: Operations Manager, Precision Brain Spine and Pain
  • 2011- 2014, HR & Staff Development Manager, Eye Surgery Associates