Janice Reid

Janice Reid is a PhD candidate with the Critical Care Research Group (CCRG). She has a Bachelor of Science (Hons I) and completed her honours research in the field of Genomics. Janice’s PhD research focuses on exploring the use of cell-free DNA as an early indicator of cardiac injury and to monitor the development of cardiovascular disease. Janice is also assisting with major pre-clinical studies in the field of heart transplant and organ preservation.

Upon graduation from her undergraduate degree Janice was awarded the UQ Advantage Award and was accepted into the Class of 2016 Future Leaders program. She has been a part of TEDxUQ for four years, with three of those years in the position of Co-Director. Previously, she has been a Delegate and Assistant Facilitator with the National Student Leadership Forum (NSLF) and participated in an NSLF Forum Bridging Initiative to learn and participate in local community leadership in Vanuatu. Janice is also an active volunteer for The Common Good, an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation that supports medical research.

 

Qualifications

PhD Candidate - Critical Care Research Group
2021