We are proud of our many wonderful PhD graduates who are working in many places within academia and beyond. Here are the most recent ones.
Thesis: Algebraic techniques for statistical model selectionSupervisor: Hugo Maruri-AguilarCurrently: AI Researcher at Alibaba, DRC
Thesis: Covariate-adjusted response-adaptive designs for clinical trialsSupervisor: Steve CoadCurrently: Principal Biostatistician at Clinipace, Germany
Thesis: Functional Data Analysis in Orthogonal Designs with Applications to Gait PatternsSupervisor: Heiko Grossmann and Dylan MorriseyCurrently: Senior Statistician at AstraZeneca
Thesis: Smooth supersaturated models for computer experimentsSupervisor: Hugo Maruri-AguilarCurrently:
Thesis: Group-sequential response-adaptive designs for comparing several treatmentsSupervisor: Steve CoadCurrently: Senior Biostatistician at University of Birmingham
Thesis: Pharmacometrically driven optimisation of dose regimens in clinical trialsSupervisor: Barbara Bogacka and Byron JonesCurrently: Senior Manager at Bain & Company
Thesis: Crossover designs: issues in construction, use, and communicationSupervisor: Rosemary BaileyCurrently: Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Portsmouth
Thesis: Optimal adaptive designs for dose finding in early phase clinical trialsSupervisor: Steve Coad and Barbara BogackaCurrently: Associate Professor at University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Thesis: Bayesian Analysis of Multi-Stratum Designs and Probability-based Optimal Designs with SeparationSupervisor: Steven Gilmour and Lawrence PettitCurrently: Professor, Institute of Statistical Research and Training, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Thesis: Mixtures of Conjugate Priors for Measuring Discordancy and Making Robust InferencesSupervisor: Lawrence PettitCurrently: Senior Data Scientist at PayPal
Thesis: Optimal relaxed designs of experiments, with pharmaceutical applications.Supervisor: Barbara BogackaCurrently: Director at XITIFIC Ltd.
Thesis: Inference following biased coin designs in clinical trialsSupervisor: Steve CoadCurrently: Senior Statistical Scientist at Roche
Thesis: Loss functions, utility functions and Bayesian sample size determinationSupervisor: Lawrence PettitCurrently: Lecturer (Teaching) in Medical Statistics at UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology