Dr Marta García-Fiñana is a Reader at the Department of Biostatistics. Dr García-Fiñana has developed expertise in the areas of sampling techniques, multivariate and longitudinal modelling, and stereological methods, with a long track record of papers published in both methodological and applied journals, and with presentations at international conferences and invited talks.
Dr Trevor Cox is a Reader and Director of Cancer Statistics and Bioinformatics at the Liverpool Cancer Trials Unit. Dr. Cox was Head of the Clinical Data Sciences Group at Unilever R&D, Port Sunlight. Dr. Cox has written two books on multivariate data analyses and has a long track record of publications in a wide range of statistical topics, including clinical trial methodology, quality of life data, multivariate data analysis and statistical process control.
Dr Girvan Burnside is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Biostatistics. Girvan has expertise in the areas of clinical trial methodology and multilevel modelling, and has published widely in the area of dental research, including methodological work on the analysis of clustered data from clinical trials in dentistry.
Dr Gabriela Czanner is a Lecturer at the Departments of Biostatistics and Eye & Vision Sciences. Gabriela has expertise in multivariate analysis of physiological recordings and psychometric experiments. She has taught multivariate methods at Warwick Business School, Economics University in Bratislava and University of Liverpool.
Dr Christopher Cheyne is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Biostatistics. Chris has worked on different projects using multivariate data analysis techniques applied to datasets including epilepsy and magnetic resonance imaging data. He is currently analysing data from a large observational cohort study in the area of diabetic retinopathy, as well as working on another two studies in the fields of infectious diseases and encephalitis. Chris has contributed to the development of a highly subscribed course on Multivariate Data Analysis for the University of Liverpool and the Royal Statistical Society.
Dr David Hughes is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Biostatistics. David is currently working on the DiALog project developing time dependent discriminant function analysis methods for use in areas of diabetes and epilepsy. David’s PhD thesis was investigating nonparametric regression methods.