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Samuel Hawley


Epidemiology Statistician, DPhil Student

Currently I'm working towards my DPhil, which is focussed on the impact of biologic therapies on the need for hip and knee replacement amongst patients with common forms of inflammatory arthritis.

Prior to this I'd completed studies in physiology and epidemiology at Liverpool and Imperial College London, and worked for two years as statistician on the Regional Evaluation of Fracture REduction Services after Hip fracture (REFReSH) project here at NDORMS, Oxford. I've also assisted on various pharmaco-epidemiological studies that have in the main been related to treatments for osteoporosis and have made use of large national and regional databases/registries. I've hence developed an interest in novel methods to deal with bias in observational studies.

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