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Dr Mike Steele Name: Dr Mike Steele
Senior Lecturer
+617 3861 6090
Organisational Area
Faculty of Health Sciences
National School of Allied Health
Saint John Paul II Building(Bldg.212 - 1100 Nudgee Road, Banyo QLD 4014)-Level 1-Room1.11
Biographical Information

Mike is a Senior Lecturer in Statistics and a statistical consultant for the School of Allied Health. Mike obtained his PhD titled 'The power of categorical goodness-of-fit test statistics' from Griffith University. He has over 40 Scopus publications mainly in the health and medicine area. He is also a visiting Research Fellow for the Nursing Research and Practice Development Centre at The Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane.

Prior to joining ACU he was the Head of the Mathematics Department at Universiti Brunei Darassalam. He has worked in the health and medicine faculty at Bond University where he was actively involved in statistical consulting for project linked to Queensland Health. He has also lectured statistics and mathematics at James Cook University and Griffith University.


Health and Medicine Statistics

Goodness-of-fit tests

Applied Statistics


Senior Lecturer in Statistics and Head of Mathematics Department. Faculty of Science, Universiti Brunei Darussalam (2014-2016)

Assistant Professor in Statistics. Joint appointment in Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine/ Faculty of Business, Bond University (2007-2014)

Lecturer in Statistics and JCU Consulting Statistician. School of Mathematics and Physics, James Cook University (2000-2007)

Lecturer, Research Assistant, PhD Student in Statistics. Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Griffith University (Before 2000)


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