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Lecturer in Medical Statistics

Céire is a NIHR postdoctoral research fellow based at the School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol. She has a background in Physiology and Neuroimmunology having gained a BA(hons) in Physiology and a PhD from Trinity College Dublin. Recently Céire has completed a MSc in Medical Statistics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Céire‘s principal areas of research are in infectious diseases and the use of statistical methods. Since joining the University of Bristol in 2007 she has been working on a programme of research involving Primary Care Antibiotic use and the development of Antimicrobial Resistant infections in the community (PCAAR).

In addition to conducting primary care research Céire is a statistician with the Bristol Randomised Trials Collaboration (BRTC), a UKCRC registered trials unit based at Bristol. She has a particular interest in investigating the diagnostic potential of metabolomics.