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Junqing Xie

B.S.Med, MSc


DPhil student

  • Clarendon Scholar
  • Jardine Scholar

Big Health Data Research, Multivariable Prediction Models Study

My DPhil research focuses on multivariable prediction modelling for knee OA progression by using both routinely collected health data (UK CPRD and Spain’s SIDIAP Database) and UK-Biobank cohort.

Before joining the NDORMS, I was awarded a Statistical Programming Training Fellowship (2018-2019) based on the Big Data Institute of the University of Oxford. My work concentrated on developing well-structured and documented statistical analysis codes (mainly in SAS and R) that serves as a model for further work. During that time, I was involved in the project of using UK-Biobank MRI imaging data to investigate the effects of smoking on the human brain.

I studied preventive medicine at Shandong University (2015) and completed an MSc in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Peking University (2018) in China.