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Cassidy Du Berry

Cassidy Du Berry

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Role Research Assistant
Cassidy is an experienced allied health clinician-scientist with extensive expertise in respiratory physiology acquired through clinical and research positions at renowned medical and health science institutions in Australia and Ireland. In conjunction with his position at Murdoch Children's Research Institute, he is a senior respiratory scientist at The Royal Children's Hospital and a final year PhD candidate at The University of Melbourne. Cassidy's primary research pursuits focus on discerning the early-life origins of childhood respiratory diseases such as prematurity-associated lung disease, asthma and bronchiolitis obliterans.
Cassidy is an experienced allied health clinician-scientist with extensive expertise in respiratory physiology acquired through clinical and research positions at renowned medical and health science institutions in Australia and Ireland. In...
Cassidy is an experienced allied health clinician-scientist with extensive expertise in respiratory physiology acquired through clinical and research positions at renowned medical and health science institutions in Australia and Ireland. In conjunction with his position at Murdoch Children's Research Institute, he is a senior respiratory scientist at The Royal Children's Hospital and a final year PhD candidate at The University of Melbourne. Cassidy's primary research pursuits focus on discerning the early-life origins of childhood respiratory diseases such as prematurity-associated lung disease, asthma and bronchiolitis obliterans.

Top Publications

  • Simpson, SJ, Du Berry, C, Evans, DJ, Gibbons, JTD, Vollsæter, M, Halvorsen, T, Gruber, K, Lombardi, E, Stanojevic, S, Hurst, JR, et al. Unravelling the respiratory health path across the lifespan for survivors of preterm birth. The Lancet Respiratory Medicine 12(2) : 167 -180 2024
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  • Du Berry, C, Westrupp, N, Shanthikumar, S, Welsh, L. UTILITY OF PEAK OXYGEN UPTAKE TO MONITOR DISEASE PROGRESSION IN PAEDIATRIC CYSTIC FIBROSIS. Respirology 25: 2024
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  • Du Berry, C, Welsh, L, Westrupp, N, Fitzgerald, T, Mainzer, R, Ranganathan, S, Doyle, L, Cheong, J. The effect of being born moderate-late preterm on lung function at 9 years. pa4450 2023
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  • Du Berry, C, Mainzer, R, Gray, L, King, L, Sly, P, Vuillermin, P, Ranganathan, S. Allergic sensitisation, respiratory tract infections and subsequent preschool lung function: evidence from an Australian birth cohort study. pa1630 2023
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  • Corda, J, Holland, AE, Du Berry, C, Westrupp, N, Cox, NS. Validation of the 25 level modified shuttle test in children with cystic fibrosis. Pediatric Pulmonology 58(8) : 2240 -2248 2023
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