I collaborate with researchers on trauma and rehabilitation trials as part of the Centre for Statistics in Medicine (CSM) and Oxford Clinical Research Trials Unit (OCTRU). I am the trial statistician for the BOOST, UKSTAR and GRASP clinical trials and for HOPE-E, an early-phase feasibility drug study. I am also involved in the OPAL cohort study, helping to develop a prognostic tool for mobility in the elderly.
In my previous role at the University of Southampton, I contributed to the data management, analysis and reporting of PDSAFE, a multi-centre randomised controlled trial aiming to reduce falls in people with Parkinson’s disease.
I completed an MSc in Statistics at the University of Kent in 2015. My research project focused on modelling the spread of an infectious disease and vaccination efficacy using stochastic epidemic modelling. I have experience teaching statistics for business at higher education level and enjoy multi-disciplinary work.
INtravenous Iron to Treat Anaemia following CriTical care (INTACT): A protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial
Shah A. et al, (2019), Journal of the intensive care society, 175114371987008 - 175114371987008
Cast versus functional brace in the rehabilitation of patients with a rupture of the Achilles tendon: statistical analysis plan for the UK study of tendo Achilles rehabilitation (UK STAR) multi-centre randomised controlled trial.
Marian IR. et al, (2019), Trials, 20
Multicentre, randomised controlled trial of PDSAFE, a physiotherapist-delivered fall prevention programme for people with Parkinson's.
Chivers Seymour K. et al, (2019), J neurol neurosurg psychiatry
COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PDSAFE HOME-BASED PERSONALIZED PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTION TO PREVENT FALLS AMONG PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON’S: AN ECONOMIC EVALUATION ALONGSIDE A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Xin Y. et al