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Danielle Edwards

BSc (Hons), MSc

DPhil Student

Dissertation title: The use of electronic health records for recruitment and follow-up in large randomised trials

Supervisors: Dr Michael Lay, Professor Jane Armitage, Professor Martin Landray, Professor Sir Rory Collins

College (Year of matriculation): Wolfson (2015)

Danielle Edwards joined the Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit in 2015 supported by the Medical Research Council. Her research is focused on investigating how electronic health records can be used to improve recruitment to trials, and additionally how these records can be used to supplement follow-up within clinical trials. 

Prior to starting this research, Danielle worked as a Medical Statistician and Data Manager at the Clinical Trials and Evaluation Unit in Bristol. She completed her MSc Biometry at the University of Reading in 2013 and a BSc Mathematics (Hons) at Keele University in 2012.