I am a medical statistician currently working on the design, conduct and analysis of clinical trials. I am part of the Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit, and the Centre for Statistics in Medicine, where I provide statistical input and report writing for a variety of clinical trials. I am involved with a methodology research group looking at the statistical methods and reporting of trial publications. Other areas of interest include multivariate analysis of large data sets, machine learning, and experimental designs. I also teach the programming language Stata and occasionally help with the running of other statistical sessions.
I obtained an MSc in Statistics with Distinction from the University of Kent in 2018. I have an interest in the practical applications of statistics in reducing the burden of disease. For my dissertation, I assessed the suitability of using clustering algorithms to group countries together based on risk factors for non-communicable diseases. I have a BSc in Physics from the University of Leicester, where I graduated in 2015.
Outside of work, I enjoy playing football, rock climbing, chess and pub quizzes.
A Randomised Clinical Trial of low dose single antibiotic loaded cement versus high dose dual antibiotic loaded cement in patients receiving a hip hemiarthroplasty after fracture: a protocol for the WHiTE 8 COPAL study
AGNI N. et al, (2020), Bone & joint open
Immunotherapy to reduce frequency of urinary tract infections in people with neurogenic bladder dysfunction; a pilot randomised, placebo-controlled trial.
Wade D. et al, (2020), Clinical rehabilitation
Rombach I. et al, (2020), Bmc med, 18
Rombach I. et al, (2019), 20, 106 - 107
Optimal randomisation strategies – simple, stratified or minimised: lessons from the WHIST trial
KNIGHT R. et al, (2019)