Prof Paula Williamson

Professor of Medical Statistics Biostatistics

    Biography

    Personal Distinctions

    • Thomas Chalmers Award (Cochrane Collaboratio 2010)
    • Research workshop (Invitation to Speak, UK Cochrane Centre 2010)
    • Star Child Health Summit (Keynote Speech, Star Child Health Executive 2010)
    • Invitation to speak (Invitation to Speak, University of Leeds 2010)
    • Invitation to speak (Invitation to Speak, Royal Statistical Society 2010)
    • Invitation to speak (Invitation to Speak, RSS primary Care Group 2010)
    • Innovative clinical trial design (Invitation to Speak, NWDA 2008)
    • Competing risks in epilepsy trials (Invitation to Speak, Warwick University 2008)
    • Challenges in paediatric trials (Invitation to Speak, MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge 2008)
    • Challenges in paediatric trials (Invitation to Speak, Trent MCRN Local Research Network 2008)
    • Competing risks in epilepsy trials (Invitation to Speak, Cardiff University 2008)
    • Outcome reporting bias in systematic reviews (Invitation to Speak, International Cochrane Colloquium 2008)
    • Outcome reporting bias in systematic reviews (Keynote Speech, UK Cochrane Centre 2008)
    • Individual patient data meta-analysis (Invitation to Speak, International Biometrics Conference 2008)
    • Quality of reviews (Keynote Speech, Cochrane Collaboration 2008)
    • Scientific Programme Committee (Invitation to Perform, Royal Statistical Society 2008)
    • Challenges in paediatric trials (Invitation to Speak, Royal College of Paediatrics 2008)
    • Individual Patient Data Meta-analysis (Invitation to Speak, International Biometrics Conference 2008)
    • Joint modelling in epilepsy data (Invitation to Speak, MRC Biostatistics Unit 2007)
    • Competing risks in anti-epileptic drug trials (Invitation to Speak, MRC Clinical Trials Unit 2007)
    • Clinical trial monitoring (Invitation to Speak, European Clinical Research Forum 2007)
    • Competing risks (Invitation to Speak, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne 2006)
    • Indirect comparisons (Invitation to Speak, University of Salford 2005)
    • Competing risks (Invitation to Speak, University of Bristol 2005)
    • Statistical issues in the analysis of epilepsy trials (Invitation to Speak, University of Birmingham 2005)
    • Within-study selective reporting bias (Invitation to Speak, Royal Statistical Society Medical Section, Oxford 2005)
    • LRECs and statistical review (Invitation to Speak, Royal Statistical Society Medical Section 2004)
    • Within-study selective reporting in meta-analysis (Invitation to Speak, University of Reading 2003)
    • Results of a national survey of statistics education in UK medical schools (Invitation to Speak, Burwalls¿ Meeting of UK Teachers of Medical Statistics 2003)
    • Results of a national survey of statistics education in UK medical schools (Invitation to Speak, MRC Centre for Best Practice for Animals in Research 2003)
    • Individual patient data meta-analysis of monotherapy for epilepsy (Invitation to Speak, International League Against Epilepsy 2003)
    • The treatment of epilepsy: reviewing the evidence (Invitation to Speak, Queen Mary and Westfield College 2001)
    • Individual patient data meta-analysis (Invitation to Speak, University of Reading 2001)

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