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Xiaoxiao Ling

Researcher in Health Economics

I joined the team in November, 2023, as a Researcher in Health Economics. My research areas include trial-based economic evaluations, primarily in orthopaedics and sleep disorders, and statistical methods in health economics, with a particular focus on missing data.

Before joining the group, I had my PhD study at the Department of Statistical Science at UCL. My research topic was addressing item-level missingness in trial-based cost-effectiveness analyses with multi-item questionnaires and longitudinal follow-up. Prior to that, I worked as a Research Associate in Health Economics at King’s Health Economics, King’s College London. There, I contributed to projects related to domestic abuse and mental health.