Dr Sofia Massa
- Developing novel genetic risk scores for prediction of cardiovascular disease
- 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
- Causes and consequences of frailty in older people in China
- Statistical Editor, Cochrane Review Group
Sofia Massa is a Senior Statistician in the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford. She has 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.
Cardiovascular risk factors and frailty in a cross-sectional study of older people: implications for prevention.
Wong TY. et al, (2018), Age Ageing, 47, 714 - 720
Algebraic Representation of Gaussian Markov Combinations
Massa MS. and Riccomagno E., (2017), Bernoulli, 23, 626 - 644
On the importance of cognitive profiling: A graphical modelling analysis of domain-specific and domain-general deficits after stroke.
Massa MS. et al, (2015), Cortex, 71, 190 - 204
Graphical modeling for gene set analysis: A critical appraisal.
Djordjilović V. et al, (2015), Biom J, 57, 852 - 866
Along signal paths: an empirical gene set approach exploiting pathway topology.
Martini P. et al, (2013), Nucleic Acids Res, 41