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Jacqueline Murphy

MMath MSc


Medical Statistician

I am a medical statistician based in the Medical Statistics Group working on projects related to diagnostics in primary care settings as part of the NIHR Community Healthcare MedTech and In Vitro Diagnostics Co-operative (MIC). I contribute to medical statistics teaching activities coordinated by the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.

I am also a DPhil candidate in the Nuffield Department of Population Health, where my research involves the development and application of statistical risk prediction models for cardiovascular disease using data from a large cohort study in China.

My ongoing research interests within applied medical statistics and statistical epidemiology include: diagnostics, predictive and prognostic models including risk scores, survival (time to event) analysis methods, and large observational and/or routinely collected data.

I have worked on research projects in a range of clinical applications including: cardiovascular disease, cancer (bowel/cervical/prostate, including screening), and orthopaedics.

Qualifications:
MMath Mathematics (Durham University)
MSc Medical Statistics (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)