Research Assistant in Epidemiology/Statistics
- DPhil/PhD Student
Broadly speaking, I apply and develop epidemiological methods for observational health data research. Currently I'm assisting on various projects within the Health Service Delivery, Pharmaco- and Device Epidemiology and Rare Bone Diseases & Osteoporosis Epidemiology research groups. I’m also in the final stages of my DPhil which is focussed on using quasi-experimental approaches to estimate the impact of biologic therapy on the need for joint replacement among people with rheumatoid arthritis.
Prior to this I'd worked for two years as a statistician here at NDORMS on work which mainly related to treatments for osteoporosis and made use of various national and regional databases/registries. Before this I'd completed studies in physiology and epidemiology at Liverpool and Imperial College London.
Impact of TNF inhibitor therapy on joint replacement rates in rheumatoid arthritis: a matched cohort analysis of UK registry data
HAWLEY SJ. et al, Rheumatology
Hawley S. et al, (2018), Seminars in arthritis and rheumatism, 47, 605 - 610
POWER CONSIDERATIONS FOR INTERRUPTED TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS: A SIMULATION STUDY
Hawley SJ. et al, Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, Volume 26, Issue Supplement S2 Pages 1–674
Hawley S. et al, (2016), Age and ageing, 45, 236 - 242
Khalid S. et al, (2018), Clinical Epidemiology, Volume 10, 1417 - 1431
PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH TRANSITION READINESS IN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH UVEITIS
Howsley P. et al, (2018), RHEUMATOLOGY, 57, 24 - 24