Dr Mangelis is a data scientist in Medical Statistics at King’s College London with a strong interest in clinical trials and epidemiological studies. He obtained his PhD in computational biology and regression modelling methodologies at the University Hospital of TU Dresden, Germany, in 2018.
He has since moved to London, working in Diabetes and Endocrine clinic in Guy’s and St. Thomas’s foundation trust where he led the analysis of epidemiological studies, with real world data collected from hospital registries and eCRFs, and participated in data handling and statistical analysis of randomised clinical trials.
He originates from a multidisciplinary scientific field, combining applied mathematics and physics background with studies in biology and medicine within the modern data science environment, from descriptive and inferential statistics to applications of machine learning in languages such as Python and R.
In his current position as a medical statistician in the School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences, Dr Mangelis is focused on project planning and protocol development and statistical consultancy as part of UMS. In addition, he contributes in epidemiological studies via regression, survival and trajectories modeling.
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