Dr Neil WalkerSenior StatisticianEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgProfileResearchPublicationsProfileI have 20 years’ experience of working in different areas of statistics, primarily in field of wildlife epidemiology. I joined the PCTU statistics team in 2019 and have duly gained experience in relation to clinical trialsResearchResearch Interests:Statistical applications in clinical trials, epidemiology, methods of randomisation in trials, analysis of clustered data, epidemiological/statistical analysis with imperfect diagnostic testsPublications Walker, N.J. Gainforth, H. Kiparoglou, V. Robinson, H. Van Woerden, H.C. & West, R. Factors modifying the relative effectiveness of varenicline and nicotine replacement therapy. (2017). Addiction. DOI: 10.1111/add14004. Walker, N. Kiparoglou, V. Pokhrel, S. Robinson, H. & Van Woerden, H. An examination of user costs in relation to smokers using a cessation service based in the UK. (2018). BMC Health Services Research, 18(182). DOI: 10.1186/s12913-018-2985-1. Walker, N.J. Van Woerden, H.C. Kiparoglou, V. Yang, Y. Robinson, H. & Croghan, E. (2016). Identifying seasonal and temporal trends in the pressures experienced by hospitals related to unscheduled care. BMC Health Services Research, 16(307). DOI: 10.1186/s12913-016-1555-7. Walker, N.J. (2014). The Analysis of Epidemiological Data on Bovine Tuberculosis in a Wild Badger Population: An Investigation of Approaches to Statistical Modelling. PhD thesis, University of Bristol. Delahay, R.J. Walker, N. Gunn, M.R. Christie, C. Wilson, G.J. Cheeseman, C.L. & McDonald, R.A. (2011). Using lifetime tooth wear scores to predict age in Eurasian badgers (Meles meles): performance of a predictive model. Journal of Zoology, 796, 1-9.