Ms Amy Mulick
BSc MA MSc
in Statistical Epidemiology
I began working as an applied biostatistician with LSHTM after qualifying with the MSc in Medical Statistics in 2012. My special interests are big data, biomarker discovery, linear mixed modelling, statistical programming and complex modelling.
I teach on the 'Further Statistical Methods for Clinical Trials' module for the MSc in Clinical Trials. In previous years I taught on modules for the MSc in Medical Statistics, covering topics including statistical methods, statistical computing and statistics for epidemiology, and delivered lectures for students taking short courses and external public health professionals.
Currently (March 2021) I work with Professor Sinéad Langan on projects including phenotyping eczema, investigating links between eczema and other comorbidities, investigating multimorbidity in people with atopic disease, and on projects investigating links between various exposures and SARS-CoV-2 outcomes; and with Professor Simon Cousens to estimate the distribution of neonatal causes of death in countries without vital registration data.
Statistical methods: Linear mixed models, meta-analysis, survival analysis, multivariate methods, Bayesian methods.