- 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.
Optimal strategies for identifying kidney disease in diabetes: properties of screening tests, progression of renal dysfunction and impact of treatment - systematic review and modelling of progression and cost-effectiveness.
Farmer AJ. et al, (2014), Health Technol Assess, 18, 1 - 128
Cancer survival figures are misleading.
Oke JL., (2014), Bmj, 348
Monitoring young people with type 1 diabetes for diabetic nephropathy: potential errors of annual ACR testing.
Oke J. et al, (2013), Diabetes Res Clin Pract, 99, 307 - 314
Monitoring young people with type 1 diabetes for diabetic nephropathy: Potential errors of annual ACR testing
Oke J. et al, (2013), Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 99, 307 - 314
HbA(1c) before and after starting treatment with metformin in a large diabetes type 2 cohort
Vazquez-Montes M. et al, (2012), Diabetologia, 55, S325 - S325