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Junqing Xie

B.S.Med, MSc


DPhil student & Research Assistant in Pharmaco-epidemiology (Part-time)

Clarendon scholar, Jardine scholar

My DPhil research focuses on the generation of robust evidence relating to drug and vaccine safety and effectiveness from large Real World Data (RWD) and Biobank by leveraging advanced pharmacoepidemiologic and pharmacogenomic approaches.

Before joining the NDORMS, I was awarded a Statistical Programming Training Fellowship (2018-2019) in the Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH), the University of Oxford. I obtained on-the-job training on developing well-structured and documented statistical analysis codes (mainly in SAS and R) that serve as a model and pipeline for further work. 

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