in Medical Statistics and Epidemiology
I graduated from the Statistical Institute of the Parisian University in 2006, and have since worked for different medical research institutions in Thailand and the UK. I joined LSHTM in 2013, to work for the Tropical Epidemiology Group, then moved to the Medical Statistics Department in 2015 to conduct a PhD on missing data in economic evaluation. I am currently working on the design of an adaptive clinical trial in multiple sclerosis.
I teach on various MSc modules (Analysis and Design of Research Studies, Clinical Trials, Statistical Methods in Epidemiology) and short courses (Advanced Course in Epidemiological Analysis).
I am currently working on the design of an adaptive (multi-arm multi-stage) trial in progressive multiple sclerosis. Before this, I worked with the ACT Consortium at LSHTM, looking at improving the use of artemisinin-based combination therapy for malaria, then conducted a PhD on missing data sensitivity analysis in cost-effectiveness evaluation. I have a general interest in statistical methodology, particularly applied methods to improve the design and analysis of clinical trials. I have worked in different medical areas, such as primary care, psychiatry, palliative care, and HIV.