PhD, MSc, BSc
My key job tasks are providing statistical support for the different research projects I am involved in and statistical advice to other researchers within the department. I am part of the statistics teaching group for pre-clinical courses.
My current position is split between the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences and the Department of Psychiatry. Within the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences I am part of the monitoring group currently analysing the patterns over time of HbA1c, the treatment effect and length of time spent on different therapies for patients with type 2 diabetes. I am also collaborating with the evaluation of tools widely used in industry applied to managements of chronic conditions.
As part of the Social Psychiatry group I am currently involved in the analysis of the randomised control trial OCTET and the follow-up study OCTET II, the study of informal leverage in mental health management in UK (ULTIMA), and the validation of the instrument called MINI-ICF-APP recently translated from German to English.
Among my methodological areas of interest are modelling, missing data methods and causal inference.
I recently became a member of "El Sitema Nacional de Investigadores (SNI)" (National System of Investigators, Mexico).
Surveillance for ocular hypertension: An evidence synthesis and economic evaluation
Burr JM. et al, (2012), Health Technology Assessment, 16, 1 - 266
Surveillance for ocular hypertension: an evidence synthesis and economic evaluation.
Burr JM. et al, (2012), Health Technol Assess, 16, 1 - iv
A randomized clinical trial of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy versus unrestricted services for health anxiety (hypochondriasis).
McManus F. et al, (2012), J Consult Clin Psychol, 80, 817 - 828
Use of informal coercion in community mental health care
Yeeles K. et al, (2011), Psychiatrische Praxis, 38
Pressures to adhere to treatment ('leverage') in English mental healthcare.
Burns T. et al, (2011), Br J Psychiatry, 199, 145 - 150
Community treatment orders: clinical and social outcomes, and a subgroup analysis from the OCTET RCT.
Rugkåsa J. et al, (2015), Acta Psychiatr Scand, 131, 321 - 329
Pediatric reference intervals for plasma free and total metanephrines established with a parametric approach: relevance to the diagnosis of neuroblastoma.
Franscini LC. et al, (2015), Pediatr Blood Cancer, 62, 587 - 593
Pediatric reference intervals for plasma free and total metanephrines established with a parametric approach: Relevance to the diagnosis of neuroblastoma
Franscini LC. et al, (2015), Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 62, 587 - 593
The reliability, validity, and applicability of an English language version of the Mini-ICF-APP
Molodynski A. et al, (2013), Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 48, 1347 - 1354
The reliability, validity, and applicability of an English language version of the Mini-ICF-APP.
Molodynski A. et al, (2013), Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol, 48, 1347 - 1354