Dr Christopher Penfold

PhD, MSci

  • BS10 5NB


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Personal profile

Research interests

Chris is an applied medical statistician in the NIHR Bristol BRC and Musculoskeletal Research Unit. He is part of the Bristol BRC Surgical Innovation theme, as well as the 'Biostatistics, Evidence Synthesis and Informatics' cross-cutting theme. Chris previously worked in the Bristol Nutrition BRU, providing support in quantitative research methods and statistical support across the four themes of the BRU, as well as the 'Head and Neck 5000' prospective clinical cohort study.

He is involved in teaching quantitative research methods, including systematic reviews and meta-analysis, to undergraduate and postgraduate clinical students. He also teaches on the ‘Introduction to data visualisation and web applications using R’ short course.

Chris completed his PhD thesis entitled 'Patient Copayments in Primary Medical Care' at Cardiff University School of Dentistry in 2011. Chris has previously worked in the Department for Health (University of Bath) and the Priority Research Centre in Physical Activity and Nutrition (University of Newcastle, Australia). Chris joined the University of Bristol in 2012 working in the Centre for Academic Primary Care.

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Research Output

  • 34 Article (Academic Journal)
  • 4 Review article (Academic Journal)
  • 1 Editorial (Academic Journal)
  • Factors associated with early postoperative feeding: An observational study in a colorectal surgery population

    Atkinson, C., Monk, V. C., Ness, A. R., Lewis, S. J., Longman, R. J., Thomas, S. J., Leary, S. D., Hollingworth, W. & Penfold, C. M., 1 Apr 2020, In : Clinical Nutrition ESPEN. 36, p. 99-105 7 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

  • Identifying epigenetic biomarkers of established prognostic factors and survival in a clinical cohort of individuals with oropharyngeal cancer

    Langdon, R. J., Richmond, R. C., Elliott, H. R., Dudding, T., Kazmi, N., Penfold, C., Ingarfield, K., Ho, K. M., Bretherick, A. D., Haley, C. S., Zeng, Y., Walker, R., Pawlita, M., Waterboer, T., Gaunt, T. R., Davey Smith, G., Suderman, M. J., Thomas, S. J., Ness, A. R. & Relton, C. L., 29 Jun 2020, In : Clinical Epigenetics. 12, 19 p., 95 (2020).

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

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