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Samia Hussain

MSc MPhil

OCTRU Medical Statistician

I studied at Newnham College Cambridge University and was trained in epidemiological research at the Institute of Public Health, Cambridge, where I had training in medical statistics, study design and systematic reviews. I have also worked on projects aimed at  cardiovascular and  lung cancer imaging aimed at early detection using AI in Oxford. Prior to that I was appointed a research fellow at the Centre for Evidence in Transplantation, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences Oxford. I worked towards the development of a core outcome set in kidney transplantation and reviewed  studies based on clinical trials and analysed the outcomes. 

I am interested in research focusing on  trial design, statistics, methodology, reporting as well as patient reported outcomes and intend to do further research in oncology and surgical sciences. 

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