Personal profile


Dr Marie Misso is the Head of Evidence Synthesis, Implementation and Training, at the Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation. With a background in basic research of molecular mechanisms of metabolic disease; and translating research into practice and policy, Marie has built expertise in research methodology, systematic review, guideline development and presentation of reliable and practical evidence-based health information. She has played a key role in the development of guidelines for osteoarthritis, cardiovascular disease and polycystic ovary syndrome and advising on the development of evidence-based guidelines in the areas of antenatal care, problem gambling, lung cancer, diabetes and asthma. Marie has worked with various state, federal and international agencies, including the World Health Organisation; has taught evidence-based clinical practice to 2nd and 3rd year medical students and post-graduate students; and developed a Master of Public Health module on clinical practice guidelines. She is an active member of the NHMRC Guideline Network and has contributed to the 2011 NMHRC standard for clinical practice guidelines.

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Projects 2006 2021

Research Output 2003 2017

Treatment of WHO 2: Insulin Sensitizers

Moran, L. J., Misso, M., Teede, H. J. & Boyle, J. 2017 Ovulation Induction: Evidence Based Guidelines for Daily Practice. Cohlen, B. J., van Santbrink, E. J. P. & Laven, J. S. E. (eds.). Boca Raton FL USA: CRC Press, p. 95 - 98 4 p.

Research output: Other - peer-reviewChapter (Book)

Open Access

Effect of vitamin D supplementation on inflammation: Protocol for a systematic review

Mousa, A., Misso, M., Teede, H., Scragg, R. & de Courten, B. 5 Apr 2016 In : BMJ Open. 6, 4, e100804

Research output: Other - peer-reviewArticle

Open Access