Matthew Bagg

RESEARCHER PROFILE

PhD candidate

+61 2 9399 1870


Matthew is a clinical scientist completing his doctorate on the RESOLVE Trial. A major theme in his research is meta-analysis, which combines the results of studies in order to provide more information than is possible from a single study. Matt has used meta-analysis to understand the effect of low back pain on brain structure and biochemistry.

Using network meta-analysis, Matt’s research also aims to establish which medications for low back pain are most effective and best tolerated. This series of studies will use published clinical trial information to create a hierarchy of medicines to guide clinical decision-making.

BACK PAIN: HEALTH INFORMATION

RESEARCH TEAM

Markus Hubscher

DR MARKUS HUEBSCHER Postdoctoral Fellow

Martin Rabey

DR MARTIN RABEY Research Assistant

Hopin Lee

HOPIN LEE PhD candidate

ADRIAN TRAEGER PhD candidate

Audrey Wang

AUDREY WANG PhD candidate

PUBLICATIONS

The RESOLVE Trial for people with chronic low back pain: protocol for a randomised clinical trial.

Bagg MK, Hübscher M, Rabey M, Wand BM, O'Hagan E, Moseley GL, Stanton TR, Maher CG, Goodall S, Saing S, O'Connell NE, Luomajoki H, McAuley JH