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Lois moved to PCU in March 2017 following ten years at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where she worked as a statistician on various projects in chronic kidney disease, dementia and heart disease alongside teaching duties in survival analysis and statistics in epidemiology. Prior to this, she obtained a PhD involving building and validating a health economic decision model for screening of abdominal aortic aneurysms whilst based at the MRC Biostatistics Unit in Cambridge. Lois also holds an MSc in Medical Statistics (LSHTM) and the Post-graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching (LSHTM).
Co-Module Organiser for Statistics in Epidemiology by distance-learning (LSHTM)
Kim LG, Caplin B, Cleary F, Hull SA, Griffiths K, Wheeler DC, Nitsch D. Accounting for overdispersion when determining primary care outliers for the identification of chronic kidney disease: learning from the NCKDA. Nephrol Dial Transpl. 2016.
Ryan NS, Biessels G, Kim L, Nicholas JM, Barber PA, Walsh P, Gami P, Morris HR, Bastos-Leite AJ, Schott JM, Beck J, Mead S, Chavez-Gutierrez L, de Strooper B, Rossor MN, Revesz T, Lashley T, Fox NC. Genetic determinants of white matter hyperintensities and amyloid angiopathy in familial Alzheimer’s disease. Neurobiol Aging. 2015 36:3140-3151
Glover MJ, Sweeting MJ, Kim LG, Thompson SG, Buxton MJ. Cost-effectiveness of the NHS abdominal aortic aneurysm screening programme in England. Br J Surg 2014 101:976-982.
Thompson SG, Brown LC, Sweeting MJ, Bown MJ, Kim LG, Glover MJ, Buxton MJ, Powell JT. Systematic review and meta-analysis of the growth and rupture rates of small abdominal aortic aneurysms: implications for surveillance intervals and their cost-effectiveness. Health Tech Assess 2013 17(41).
Kim LG, Adamson J, Ebrahim S. Influence of life-style choices on locomotor disability, arthritis and cardiovascular disease in older women: prospective cohort study. Age Ageing 2013.
Lawlor DA, Kim LG, Carson C, Whincup P, Ebrahim S. Survival in women with treated and well-controlled blood pressure: findings from the British Women’s Heart and Health Study. PLOS One 2011 6(4): e17792