Mr Daniel Carter
in Social Epidemiology
I obtained my M.Sc. in Medical Statistics from LSHTM in 2016. I have since held positions in the civil service and at the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine at Oxford University alongside working at the School.
I am an acting module organiser for the Social Epidemiology module, where I lecture and lead practical sessions on multivariate methods, mediation, and causality. I also lead practical sessions for Statistics for EPH and generate content focussing on the R programming language. Some of my teaching materials are available in Bookdown format on my github.
My primary research interest is in the intersection between causal inference and social epidemiology. I presently work as a social epidemiologist with the Sustainable Development Goals: Health and Wellbeing Research Consortium. I formerly worked as a statistician on the DREAMS impact evaluation team. I am concurrently undertaking a PhD examining the longitudinal causal impact of early life socioeconomic position on mental health in the UK.