Dr. Royes Joseph is a Lecturer in Biostatistics at Keele University. He earned his PhD from Keele University in 2015, with a thesis titled 'Statistical Analysis of Longitudinal Randomized Clinical Trials with Missing Data.' Before joining Keele in 2022, he served as an Assistant Professor in Biostatistics at the College of Clinical Pharmacy, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, KSA. Prior to this role, Royes worked as an Investigator Statistician at MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge, for two years. During his time there, he contributed to a project focused on 'a causal inference framework for estimating 'de facto' estimands in the event of treatment discontinuation and tipping point sensitivity analysis'.
Research and scholarship
Royes’s research focuses on applied and methodological aspects of statistics, particularly in randomised trials. My research interests include:
- Practical issues around missing data
- Sensitivity analysis
- Covariate adjustment in randomised trials
- Pilot and feasibility studies
He is a member of Keele’s Biostatistics Group.
Dr. Royes Joseph is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society. Additionally, he has been serving as a Biostatistics Editor for Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety since 2022.
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