Stephen Stick

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Stephen Stick
Head of P4 Respiratory Health for Kids, Co-Lead of Containing Coronavirus Study / Telethon Kids Institute
Dr Stephen Stick is a clinician and clinical researcher, and holds a National Health and Medical Research (NHMRC) Practitioner Fellowship. In 2007, Dr Stick was appointed clinical lead of the Health Department of Western Australia, Respiratory Health Network, and was responsible for the translation of evidenced-based models of care into statewide health policy. Since 2005, he has been the principal investigator for the Australian Respiratory Early Surveillance Team for Cystic Fibrosis, which has developed a unique early surveillance program that focused attention on early manifestations of cystic fibrosis lung disease and has contributed to a paradigm shift from an approach based on amelioration of respiratory disease to one aimed at prevention of bronchiectasis. Dr Stick is also a principal investigator for the 1st intervention trial to prevent bronchiectasis in newborns diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. In May 2020, he co-led the research project Containing Coronavirus or CoCo Study to test the effectiveness of multiple sclerosis drug interferon in reducing the infectiousness of COVID-19 patients.

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