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Dominic Stringer

Mr Dominic Stringer

Statistician

Biography

Dominic Stringer is a Statistician working in the Department of Biostatistics and Health Informatics at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience since 2015. He primarily provides statistical support for clinical trials in both mental and physical health domains (e.g. psychosis, autism, diabetes and renal transplantation). Previously, he worked as a Data Manager in the King’s Clinical Trials Unit and in the Department of Academic Rheumatology at King’s College London. He has an MSc in Medical Statistics from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.  

Research Interests:

  • Randomised Controlled Trials (design, conduct and analysis) 
  • Clinical Trials Methodology 
  • Risk prediction / Prognostic modelling 
  • Statistical learning methods 

    Research

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    The Mental Health & Neuroscience Clinical Trial Statistics

    The Mental Health & Neuroscience Clinical Trial Statistics Group at King's College London

    News

    Optimising immunosuppression based on antibody testing does little to reduce kidney transplant failure rate

    Treating patients who possess transplant rejecting antibodies, using best available combinations of oral drugs, does not have an impact on transplant failure...

    Dialysis

      Research

      kings-flag-main.x5e3e9530
      The Mental Health & Neuroscience Clinical Trial Statistics

      The Mental Health & Neuroscience Clinical Trial Statistics Group at King's College London

      News

      Optimising immunosuppression based on antibody testing does little to reduce kidney transplant failure rate

      Treating patients who possess transplant rejecting antibodies, using best available combinations of oral drugs, does not have an impact on transplant failure...

      Dialysis