Michael Grayling

Michael Grayling

Newcastle University Research Fellow

Population Health Sciences Institute

Biography

Background

I am a Newcastle University Research Fellow in Biostatistics. I have been at Newcastle University since November 2018. Prior to this I was a Statistician at the MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge.

I am interested in the design and analysis of clinical trials. My work has involved a mixture of developing novel statistical methodology for trials, comparing existing method performance, and collaborating on real trials. I also work on developing user-friendly software for trial design; I created and maintain the multiarm app for designing fixed-sample and adaptive (group-sequential/drop-the-losers) multi-arm trials, available here.

PhD students

Contact

Interests
  • Adaptive design
  • Early phase oncology trials
  • Crossover trials
  • Stepped-wedge trials
Education
  • Wellcome Trust PhD Programme in Mathematical Genomics and Medicine, 2012-16

    MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge

  • Systems Biology MSci, 2011-12

    University of Cambridge

  • Mathematics BA (Hons), 2008-11

    University of Cambridge

Publications

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