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I joined the BSU in September 2022 as a Research Associate to work with Sofía Villar on topics around the design and analysis of clinical trials that use wearable devices.Previously, I was a postdoc at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. I worked with Elizabeth Williamson and James Carpenter on missing data methods in clinical trials that use accelerometers to quantify physical activity. I obtained my PhD from the University of Southampton. My thesis investigated nonmyopic approaches to the design of sequential experiments in the presence of covariates. I was supervised by Dave Woods, Ilya Shpitser and Peter Smith.
Selected PapersTackney, M.S., Cook, D.G., Stahl, D. et al. (2021)A framework for handling missing accelerometer outcome data in trials
Trials 22: 379
Tackney, M.S., Woods, D., Shpitser, I (2022)Nonmyopic and pseudo-nonmyopic approaches to optimal sequential design in the presence of covariates
Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation :
Tackney, M.S., Williamson, E., Stahl, D., et al. (2022)Missing Step Count Data? Step Away from the EM algorithm
Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour : In Press
Tackney M.S., Morris T., White I., et al (2022)A Comparison of Covariate Adjustment Approaches Under Model Misspecification In Individually Randomized Trials.
Research Square : Preprint.