Dr Sofia Massa
- An analysis of multimorbidities associated with schistosomiasis infections in sub-Saharan Africa
- Assessing liver multimorbidities for individuals with schistosome infections in rural Uganda
- Assessing multimorbidity of non-communicable diseases and schistosomiasis in rural Uganda
- Causes and consequences of frailty in 0.5M adults living in China
- Prediction of cardiovascular disease in 0.5M adults living in the UK: evaluation of novel risk factors using modern statistical approaches
- Module Lead in Statistics
- Statistical Editor, Cochrane Review Group
Sofia Massa is a senior statistician in the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford. She holds an MSc in Mathematics (University of Udine, Italy) and a PhD in Statistical Science (University of Padua, Italy). Before joining NDPH she was a postdoc at the University of Padua and a departmental lecturer at the Department of Statistics, University of Oxford where she was also the course co-ordinator of the MSc in Applied Statistics.
Her main research interests are on probabilistic graphical models on aspects related to evidence synthesis, gene-set analysis and neuropsychology modelling. She is also working on statistical models for high-dimensional population health studies.
Systematic review of the utility of the frailty index and frailty phenotype to predict all-cause mortality in older people.
Kim DJ. et al, (2022), Syst Rev, 11
Development of a Model to Predict 10-Year Risk of Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke and Ischemic Heart Disease Using the China Kadoorie Biobank.
Yang S. et al, (2022), Neurology, 98, e2307 - e2317
Variability and agreement of frailty measures and risk of falls, hospital admissions and mortality in TILDA.
Kim DJ. et al, (2022), Sci Rep, 12
Independent effects of adiposity measures on risk of atrial fibrillation in men and women: a study of 0.5 million individuals.
Camm CF. et al, (2021), Int J Epidemiol
The impact of case and contact characteristics on contact tracing during the West Africa Ebola epidemic
Longley JL. et al, (2021), Journal of Infection