Mr Thomas Gachie
Medical Statistics and Epidemiology
Thomas Gachie joined the school in 2019. He obtained an MSc in Medical Statistics from LSHTM (2018) and did his training fellowship at Zambart, Zambia as part of the MRC International Statistics and Epidemiology Group (ISEG) fellowship program.
Previoulsy, he worked at KEMRI-Wellcome Trust on Bayesian disease mapping (malaria and malnutrition) using complex survey data.
Department of Clinical Research
Centre for Statistical Methodology
Distance Learning Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology Module (EPM304)
Thomas works as a Statistical epidemologist on the Tuberculosis Reduction through Expanded Antiretroviral Treatment and Screening for Active TB (TREATS) project, being conducted in Zambia and South Africa, led by Professor Helen Ayles.
Randomised controlled trials
Disease and Health Conditions
Sub-Saharan Africa (all income levels)
Can CRP help to distinguish live vs dead bacilli detected by Xpert-Ultra?
Insaka: mobile phone support groups for adolescent pregnant women living with HIV.
BMC pregnancy and childbirth