MPhil MA PhD
My current research is based on a National Institute for Health Research-funded study of colon cancer diagnosis using CT colonography.
I have previously worked on studies in a diverse range of application areas, including oncology, radiology, diabetes, dentistry, mental health, critical care and environmental epidemiology.
Methodological research topics that have featured in my current or previous research include models for inter-rater reliability and diagnostic accuracy; joint and hierarchical modelling; spatial and spatio-temporal modelling.
Spatial analysis of health effects of large industrial incinerators in England, 1998-2008: a study using matched case-control areas.
Reeve NF. et al, (2013), Bmj Open, 3
Bivariate geostatistical modelling: A review and an application to spatial variation in radon concentrations
Fanshawe TR. and Diggle PJ., (2012), Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 19, 139 - 160
Spatial prediction in the presence of positional error
Fanshawe TR. and Diggle PJ., (2011), Environmetrics, 22, 109 - 122
Modelling spatio-temporal variation in exposure to particulate matter: A two-stage approach
Fanshawe TR. et al, (2008), Environmetrics, 19, 549 - 566
Giardiasis in North West England: faecal specimen requesting rates by GP practice.
Reeve NF. et al, (2014), Epidemiol Infect, 1 - 10
Tracking Eye Gaze during Interpretation of Endoluminal Three-dimensional CT Colonography: Visual Perception of Experienced and Inexperienced Readers.
Mallett S. et al, (2014), Radiology
Towards a framework for analysis of eye-tracking studies in the three dimensional environment: a study of visual search by experienced readers of endoluminal CT colonography.
Helbren E. et al, (2014), Br J Radiol, 87
First metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis versus proximal phalanx hemiarthroplasty for hallux rigidus: feasibility study for a randomised controlled trial.
Divecha HM. et al, (2014), Trials, 15
In vitro comparison of contemporary radiographic imaging techniques for measurement of tooth length: reliability and radiation dose.
Moze G. et al, (2013), J Orthod, 40, 225 - 233