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Junqing (Frank) Xie

B.S.Med, MSc, DPhil

Postdoctoral Researcher

Clarendon scholar, Jardine scholar

Pharmacoepidemiology, Pharmacogenomics, Precision medicine

I specialise in leveraging cutting-edge population research techniques to investigate impacts of postmarketing pharmaceuticals and vaccines, as well as to elucidate the pathogenesis, causal mechanisms, and consequences of complex diseases based on large-scale Omics Biobank and international Real World Data.

Prior to my role at NDORMS, I was a recipient of the Statistical Programming Training Fellowship (2018-2019) at the Oxford Big Data Institute, where I gained hands-on experience in developing well-organized and thoroughly documented statistical analysis codes, primarily in SAS and R, that serve as a model for future research initiatives.

I received training in Preventive Medicine at Shandong University (Bachelor 2015), Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Peking University (MSc 2018) in China, and Pharmacodepidemiology at Oxford University (DPhil 2023).

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