Theophile Bigirumurame

Theophile Bigirumurame

Research Associate

Population Health Sciences Institute



I joined the PHSI (former IHS) Biostatistics Research Group in August 2017. Before joining the group, I was working as a Medical Statistician within the School of Medicine, Pharmacy & Health, Durham University, Queen’s campus. I completed my Postgraduate degree and PhD at the Interuniversity Institute for Biostatistics and statistical Bioinformatics for statistics, Hasselt University, Belgium. My research mainly focused on the integration of multi-source data in the development of clinical biomarker/surrogate. Currently, most of my work is relate to adaptive design clinical trial projects.


Postgraduate Teaching

  • MSc Public Health and Health Services Research: HSC8036 Health Statistics


My research interests lie within the field of statistics, and include:

  • Analysis of longitudinal data/repeated measures
  • Survival analysis
  • Classification/discrimination
  • Integration of multi-source data in the development of clinical biomarker/surrogate
  • Adaptive designs for clinical trials
  • Prognostic/Diagnostic prediction model development



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