26 Apr 2020, Samuel Hinton

Science Friction


A chat with Natasha Mitchell on ABC's Science Friction about pivoting to COVID-19 research.

During the early days of the COVID-19 outburst I was recruited into the COVID-19 Critical Care Consortium (then called ECMOCARD) as the lead data analyst, responsible for setting up a data reduction and cleaning pipeline for the consortium, in addition to producing reports, graphs and dashboards for clinical staff and consortium members.

I had a chat with Natasha Mitchell about how this all came about, its relations to astronomy and more in an episode of Science Friction.

You can listen to the interview here