- Centre for Statistics in Medicine Research Group
NIHR - OXBRC Senior Medical Statistician
Jackie is the senior medical statistician for the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC). The Oxford BRC is a partnership between the NHS in Oxford and the University of Oxford, funded by a grant from the National Institute of Health Research. It undertakes translational research, which is the study of medical innovations not previously or routinely used in patients. She is also an advisor for the South Central Research Design Service.
Jackie read Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge, followed by a Master's degree in Applied Statistics at the University of Oxford. Her first post was with the Forestry Department at the University of Oxford. She then moved to the Department of Geratology, followed by the Department of Surgery, before joining the Centre for Statistics in Medicine. She was the joint coordinating editor of the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Impairment Group for eight years.
Jackie has an extensive range of experience, covering quantitative genetics, clinical trials, individual patient data meta-analysis, analysis of longitudinal data, and diagnostic and prognostic tests. She has worked in a range of clinical specialities, including surgery, cardiology, emergency medicine, and geriatrics. She has also written many systematic reviews of interventions for dementia.
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