Visiting Senior Researcher
DPhil, MSc BSc, CStat
A chartered biostatistician and computer scientist with over 20 years experience of extracting meaningful information from large messy data sets
Biostatistics, Statistical learning, Epidemiology, cancer research, electronic health records, data quality.
A.RosemaeryTate,SheenaDungey,SimonGlew,NataliaBeloff,Rachael Williams, and Timothy Williams. Quality of recording of diabetes in the UK: how does the GP’s method of coding clinical data affect incidence estimates? Cross-sectional study using the CPRD database. BMJ Open, to appear Jan/Feb 2017
Sheena Dungey, Simon Glew, Barbara Heyes, John Macleod, and A. Rosemary Tate. Exploring practical approaches to maximising data quality in electronic healthcare records in the primary care setting and associated benefits. Report of panel-led discussion held at SAPC in July 2014. Primary Health Care Research and Development, FirstView:1–5, 6 201
Margarida Julia-Sape, John R. Griffiths, A. Rosemary Tate, Franklyn A. Howe, Dionisio Acosta, Geert Postma, Joshua Underwood, Carles Majos, and Aru ́s Carles. Classification of brain tumours from MR spectra: the INTERPRET collaboration and its outcomes. NMR in Biomedicine, 28(12):1772–1787, 2015.
A Rosemary Tate, Dipak Kalra, Rachael Boggon, Natalia Beloff, Shivani Puri, and Tim Williams. Data quality in European primary care research databases. Report of a workshop held in London September 2013. In Biomedical and Health InformaticsBiomedical and Health Informatics (BHI), 2014 IEEE-EMBS International Conference on, pages 85–88. IEEE, 2014
Sheena Dungey, Natalia Beloff, Shivani Puri, Rachael Boggon, Tim Williams, and A Rosemary Tate. A pragmatic approach for measuring data quality in primary care databases. In Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI), 2014 IEEE-EMBS International Conference on, pages 797–800. IEEE, 2014.
A. Rosemary Tate, Natalia Beloff, Balques Al-Radwan, Joss Wickson, Shivani Puri, Timothy Williams, Tjeerd Van Staa, and Adrian Bleach. Exploiting the potential of large databases of electronic health records for research using rapid search algorithms and an intuitive query interface. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, pages amiajnl–2013–001847+, November 2013
ZhuoranWang,AnoopD.Shah,A.RosemaryTate,SpirosDenaxas,John Shawe-Taylor, and Harry Hemingway. Extracting diagnoses and investigation results from unstructured text in electronic health records by semisupervised machine learning. PLoS ONE, 7(1):e30412, 01 2012.
A. Rosemary Tate, Alexander G. R. Martin, Aishath Ali, and Jackie A. Cassell. Using free text information to explore how and when GPs code a diagnosis of ovarian cancer. Observational study using the General Practice Research database. BMJ Open, 1(doi 10.1136/bmjopen-2010000025):, Feb 2011.
A.RosemaryTate,AmandaC.Nicholson,andJackieA.Cassell.AreGPs under-investigating older patients presenting with symptoms of ovarian cancer? Observational study using General Practice Research Database. British Journal of Cancer, 102(6):947–951, MAR 16 2010.
A. Rosemary Tate, Alexander G. R. Martin, Tarita Murray-Thomas, Sarah R. Anderson, and Jackie A. Cassell. Determining the date of diagnosis – is it a simple matter? The impact of different approaches to dating diagnosis on estimates of delayed care for ovarian cancer in UK primary care. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 9, June 2009.
A. Rosemary Tate, Margaret Jones, Lisa Hull, Nicola T. Fear, Roberto Rona, Simon Wessely, and Matthew Hotopf. How many mailouts? could attempts to increase the response rate in the Iraq war be counter-productive? BMC Medical Research Methodology, 7:51+, November 2007.
A. R. Tate, C. Dezateux, and T. J. Cole. Is infant growth changing? J. Obesity, 30:1094–6, 2006.
A.Rosemary.Tate,CalderwoodLisa,JoshiHeather,DezateuxCarol,and the Millennium Cohort Study Child Health Group. Mother’s consent to linkage of survey data with her child’s birth records in a multi-ethnic national cohort study. J. Epidemiol, 35(2):294–298, 2006.
Matthew Hotopf, Lisa Hull, Nicola T. Fear, Tess Browne, Oded Horn, Amy Iversen, Margaret Jones, Dominic Murphy, Duncan Bland, Mark Earnshaw, Neil Greenberg, Jamie Hacker Hughes, A. Rosemary Tate, Christopher Dandeker, Roberto Rona, and Simon Wessely. The health of UK military personnel who deployed to the 2003 Iraq War a cohort study. The Lancet, 367:1731–1741, 2006.
Anne R. Tate and Joshua Underwood et al. Development of a Decision Support System for Diagnosis and Grading of Brain Tumours using in- vivo Magnetic Resonance Single Voxel Spectra. NMR in Biomedicine, 19:411–434, 2006.
L. Samad, A. R. Tate, C. Dezateux, C. Peckham, N Butler, and H. Bedford. Differences in risk factors for partial and no immunisation in the first year of life. British Medical Journal, 332:1312–1313, 2006.
A. R. Tate, C. Dezateux, T. J. Cole, L Davidson, and the Millennium Cohort Study Child Health Group. Factors affecting a mother’s recall of her baby’s birth weight. J. Epidemiol., 34(3):688–695, 2005.
L. Lukas, A. Devos, J. A. K. Suykens, L. Vanhamme, F.A. Howe, C. Majos, A. Moreno-Torres, M. Van Der Graaf, A. R.Tate, C. Arus, and S. Van Huffel. Brain tumor classification based on long echo proton MRS signals. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 31(1):73–89, 2004.
Christophe Ladroue, Franklyn A. Howe, John R. Griffiths, and A. Rosemary Tate. Independent component analysis for automated decomposition of in vivo magnetic resonance spectra. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 50(4):697–703, 2003.
A. Rosemary Tate, Carles Majo ́s, Angel Moreno, Franklyn A. Howe, JohnR.Griffiths,andCarlesAru ́s.Automatedclassificationofshortecho time in vivo 1H brain tumour spectra: A multicentre study. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 49(1):29–36, January 2002.