Miriam is a Research Associate in Biostatistics. She completed an undergraduate degree in Mathematics at Keele University in 2014, before undertaking a Masters degree in Medical Statistics at the University of Leicester in 2015. Following this, she returned to Keele to begin her PhD, entitled “Development and application of multivariate meta-analysis in medical research: borrowing of strength across multiple correlated outcomes.” Her research interests lie in meta-analysis with a specific focus on IPD meta-analysis and multivariate meta-analysis. She supports clinical projects in these areas.
Research and scholarship
Miriam's research interests lie in meta-analysis with a specific focus on IPD meta-analysis and multivariate meta-analysis
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Harms of antihypertensive therapy for hypertension: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION (vol. 34). link>2020.