Dr Sam Hawley

DPhil, MSc, BSc

  • BS10 5NB

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Research interests

Broadly speaking, I carry out musculoskeletal epidemiology research using observational health data. I'm currently the statistician and data manager for the Fractures-E3 study, which is an investigation into the epidemiology, economic impact and ethnography of fractures in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Prior to this I'd led the analyses in various post-doctoral research projects at NDORMS (University of Oxford), in addition to my role as a statistician for the Royal College of Physicians Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit Programme.

During my time at NDORMS I undertook a DPhil focussing on using quasi-experimental approaches to estimate the impact of biologic therapies on the need for joint replacement among people with rheumatoid arthritis. I also spent two years as a statistician on projects mainly related to treatments for osteoporosis, which made use of various national and regional databases/registries.

Before this I'd completed studies in physiology and epidemiology at Liverpool and Imperial College London.


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