I am an investigator statistician in the Design and Analysis of Randomised Trials (DART) group. Previously I spent 10 years studying and working in the Department of Geography King’s College London, completing a PhD in Hydrology in 2003. I also worked as a Research Assistant on the EU MEDALUS IV Project and lectured in Hydrology, Geomorphology and Research Methods in Physical Geography. After completing an MSc in Medical Statistics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 2014, I worked at the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge on the INTERVAL randomised trial of 50,000 whole blood donors.
My current role is working on AIM-HY which is an MRC/BHF funded study investigating whether genetic markers of ancestry can predict the best type of drug or combination of drugs for the treatment of hypertension.
- Jeremy Chataway, Jennifer Nicholas, Julie Wych, Nadine Schuerer, Ali Alsanousi, Dennis Chan, David MacManus, Kelvin Hunter, Val Anderson, Charles Bangham, Shona Clegg, Casper Nielsen, Nick Fox, David Wilkie, Virginia Calder, John Greenwood, Chris Frost and Richard Nicholas (2015)
Smaller baseline brain volume and higher atrophy rate over two years is associated with poorer clinical outcomes: post hoc analysis of the MS-STAT trial in Secondary Progressive MS
Neurology 84 (14 Supplement): 259