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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Amanda Dibden, BSc MSc

Statistician

Email: a.dibden@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: Tel: +44 (0) 20 7882 5697

Profile

I am a statistician with a particular interest in cancer screening.

I completed a BSc in Mathematics and Statistics at Queen Mary University (2005-2008) followed by an MSc in Medical Statistics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2009-2010).

I am currently undertaking a PhD assessing the long-term impact of breast cancer screening on risk of breast cancer mortality and the extent of overdiagnosis associated with screening, supervised by Professors Stephen Duffy and Rhian Gabe.

Research

Publications

    • Maroni R, Massat NJ, Parmar D et al. (2021), A case-control study to evaluate the impact of the breast screening programme on mortality in England $nameOfConference


    • Dibden A, Offman J, Duffy SW et al. (2020), Worldwide review and meta-analysis of cohort studies measuring the effect of mammography screening programmes on incidence-based breast cancer mortality $nameOfConference


    • Tucker L, Gilbert FJ, Astley SM et al. (2017), Does reader performance with digital breast tomosynthesis vary according to experience with two-dimensional mammography? $nameOfConference


    • Massat NJ, Dibden A, Parmar D et al. (2016), Impact of screening on breast cancer mortality-response $nameOfConference


    • Massat NJ, Dibden A, Parmar D et al. (2016), Impact of screening on breast cancer mortality: The UK program 20 years on $nameOfConference


    • (2016), Correction to Lancet Oncol 2016; 17: 109. Screen detection of ductal carcinoma in situ and subsequent incidence of invasive interval breast cancers: a retrospective population-based study. $nameOfConference


    • Duffy SW, Dibden A, Michalopoulas D (2016), Screen detection of ductal carcinoma in situ and subsequent incidence of invasive interval breast cancers: a retrospective population-based study (vol 17, pg 109, 2016) $nameOfConference

    • Duffy SW, Dibden A, Michalopoulos D et al. (2016), Screen detection of ductal carcinoma in situ and subsequent incidence of invasive interval breast cancers: A retrospective population-based study $nameOfConference


    • Dibden A, Offman J, Parmar D et al. (2014), Reduction in interval cancer rates following the introduction of two-view mammography in the UK breast screening programme. $nameOfConference


    • Sovio U, Dibden A, Koupil I (2012), Low birth weight paradox'' revisited: Persisting social inequalities early in life and evolving role of maternal smoking $nameOfConference

    • Sovio U, Dibden A, Koupil I (2012), Social determinants of infant mortality in a historical Swedish cohort. $nameOfConference


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