I am a Medical Statistician primarily interested in the development and validation of clinical prediction models for people with recurrent conditions such as epilepsy and asthma. I am based in the Department of Health Data Science at the University of Liverpool and am a member of the Liverpool Centre for Cardiovascular Science.
My work has informed the Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency’s regulations on time off driving for people with a first-ever seizure, and driving during and after antiepileptic drug withdrawal. This work has now also underpinned European Union policy on driving.
I am a Chartered Statistician and member of the Royal Statistical Society's (RSS) Teaching Statistics Special Interest Group. I am also a committed STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Ambassador. As part of these roles, I have developed statistical outreach activities which can be used by anyone with an interest in the area at a variety of events such as careers fairs, science festivals and STEM clubs (www.rss.org.uk/hands-on).
Prizes or Honours
- William Guy Lecturer (Royal Statistical Society, 2020)
- Peter Holmes Prize (Teaching Statistics, 2019)
- Awardee - Twenty in Data & Technology (Women in Data, 2019)
- Best Platform Presentation (UK International League Against Epilepsy Conference, 2019)
- Best Oral Presentation (Institute of Translational Medicine Research Day, 2019)
- Commended - Outstanding Contribution to Public Engagement (University of Liverpool Staff Awards, 2018)
- Runner-Up Platform Presentation (UK International League Against Epilepsy Conference, 2017)
- Best Platform Presentation (UK International League Against Epilespy Conference, 2016)
- Rosalind Franklin Award Lecture (British Science Festival, 2017)