- Medical Statistics Group Research Group
MPhil MA PhD
Senior Medical Statistician
My current research is based on the development and application of statistical methods to studies in primary care. Areas of current interest include diagnosis, prognostic modelling and meta-analysis methodology.
I have previously worked on studies in a diverse range of application areas, including oncology, radiology, gastrointestinal disease, 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.
I am a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, a Steering Group Member for the NIHR Statistics Group, and a Member of the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Gastrointestinal Infections.
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An empirical investigation into the role of subjective prior probability in searching for potentially missing items.
Fanshawe TR., (2015), R Soc Open Sci, 2
Small Polyps at Endoluminal CT Colonography Are Often Seen But Ignored by Radiologists.
Plumb AA. et al, (2015), AJR Am J Roentgenol, 205, W424 - W431
Giardiasis in North West England: Faecal specimen requesting rates by GP practice
Reeve NF. et al, (2015), Epidemiology and Infection, 143, 1692 - 1701
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
Modelling spatio-temporal variation in exposure to particulate matter: A two-stage approach
Fanshawe TR. et al, (2008), Environmetrics, 19, 549 - 566
Prediction of violent reoffending on release from prison: derivation and external validation of a scalable tool.
Fazel S. et al, (2016), Lancet Psychiatry
Do prevalence expectations affect patterns of visual search and decision-making in interpreting CT colonography endoluminal videos?
Fanshawe TR. et al, (2016), Br J Radiol, 89
Combined pharmacotherapy and behavioural interventions for smoking cessation.
Stead LF. et al, (2016), Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 3
Lymphangiogenesis and carcinoma in the uterine cervix: Joint and hierarchical models for random cluster sizes and continuous outcomes
Fanshawe TR. et al, (2015), Annals of Applied Statistics, 9, 1932 - 1949
Optimal strategies for monitoring lipid levels in patients at risk or with cardiovascular disease: a systematic review with statistical and cost-effectiveness modelling.
Perera R. et al, (2015), Health Technol Assess, 19, 1 - viii