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Jason Oke


Medical Statistician

  • DPhil student

My research interests are in monitoring and screening of chronic diseases. My work focuses on creating statistical models that are used to understand the implications of different monitoring and screening schedules. I am currently working on a HTA project that will develop a cost-effectiveness model for optimization of the screening interval in diabetic retinopathy screening. I also tutor the online Introduction to Statistics for Health Care Researchers course run by the Continuing Department of Education. 

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