I have a strong interest and great enthusiasm for methodological research to improve the efficiency of clinical trials.
From 2015 to 2018, I was appointed as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie research fellow in the IDEAS network and meanwhile working on my PhD at Lancaster University. My PhD research was about Bayesian adaptive methods to incorporate preclinical data into phase I clinical trials, supervised by Dr Lisa Hampson and Prof Thomas Jaki.
Topics falling under the general remit of medical statistics are interesting to me. To be more specific, I find:
I am open to new collaborations with both academia and pharmaceutical industry – I am very much look forward to solving more problems relating to (but not limited to) the topics listed above.
I have been invited to deliver several tutorials: