BSc, MSc, DPhil
Medical Statistician and Researcher
I am a medical statistician with a particular interest in the development and validation of risk prediction models. My clinical interests include early diagnosis of cancer and in particular myeloma. My work focuses on the development of diagnostic tools that can help clinicians identify which patients are at high risk of having cancer.
I provide statistical support to the Stratified TreAtments Research (STAR) Group which uses routinely collected electronic health care data to better understand the benefits and harms of treatments with an emphasis on cardiovascular disease prevention.
I am a module coordinator for the Essential Medical Statistics course run by the Oxford Postgraduate Programme in Evidence-Based Healthcare and also teach on other modules such as Statistical Computing with R and STATA.
Doogue R. et al, (2021), Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2021