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Samuel Hawley

Epidemiologist / Statistician

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, in addition to my role as statistician for the Royal College of Physicians Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit Programme.

I recently finished my DPhil which focussed on using quasi-experimental approaches to estimate the impact of biologic therapies 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.