I am a statistician working in MEB. I specialise in clinical trial design, and also enjoy coding in Stata and teaching.
I graduated with an MSc in Medical Statistics from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 2013. Since then I have worked at King's College London (Institute of Psychology), University College London (CRUK Cancer Trails Centre) and, from 2015-2020, in the International Statistics and Epidemiology group at LSHTM. I have also held a short-term posts at the University of Oxford (The Jenner Institute) and as an education specialist at LSHTM during the Covid pandemic.
I joined MEB at Karolina Institutet in March 2023.
I have broad experience in both statistics and epidemiology, design and analysis. I particularly enjoy designing studies to make a real impact on clinical outcomes.
I have co-written two Stata programs: clan, which performs cluster-level analysis on data from cluster randomised trials, and slopepower, which calculates sample size estimates for studies where the outcome is a rate over time, and you have prior data.