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Reader in Medical Statistics
Abdel leads Medical Statistics in the School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences. He is an applied mathematician by background, MSc at Paris-Sorbonne University 1999 and PhD at Paris-Orsay University 2002. He has been involved in a variety of clinical research with world leading research groups in UK and France, and in both academia and industry. His research interests include epidemiology of long-term conditions, predictive medicine and clinical trials design and methodology. Since July 2009, at the School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences he teaches statistics and epidemiology for both undergraduate medical students and postgraduate Masters of Public Health. Abdel is postgraduate module lead of both further epidemiology and statistics for Master of Public Health (MPH) and Public Health Interventions and Evaluation (MSc). He is the director of the statistical consultancy services at KCL and he is also a statistical advisor with the Research Design Service London, Biomedical Research Centre, and King’s College Hospital. He is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and active member with quality improvement section. Abdel is a statistical editor and health economic advisor with Thorax.