StatisticaMedica Research

As Research Fellow, Tim oversees the statistical validity of trial data and the quality processes for output validation at StatisticaMedica. Tim provides input and advises the study teams on topics such as methods for study design, analyses, and presentation of study results. He also contributes at a senior level to protocol development, writing statistical analysis plans (SAP), analysing study data, and writing statistical reports. Furthermore, Tim leads the development of innovative statistical methods for complex study designs and novel therapeutic/diagnostics areas of analysis, with emphasis on the use of simulation for in silico trials. He also supports health research initiatives utilising observational, qualitative, or evidence-based approaches.

Industry and Academia

Tim has an extensive career in academia, education, healthcare, and clinical research spanning more than 18 years. He has held several faculty/lecturing positions, including lecturer at University Wisconsin-Madison, Trinity College Dublin, and ITT. Tim has taught courses including Statistical Methods Applied to Education; Clinical Trials, Knowledge Management and Statistics; Introduction to Statistical Methods; Introduction to Statistics with SPSS; Survival Analysis, and Introduction to Secondary Data Analysis. Industry experience includes Senior/Principal Statistician roles at Bresmed Health Care Solutions, Ireland and ICON Clinical Research.

Collaborations and Contributions

Tim has been a faculty member for the Faculty Capacity Development Organisation in Ireland for over 10 years, delivering online courses in Clinical Trials, Knowledge Management and Statistics, including short courses taught in Africa and planned for Asia and Central America.

Tim has over 30 academic publications and presentations in Health, Education and Engineering. He has experience across a broad spectrum of conditions, including cardiology, neurology, oncology, and respiratory. Tim also has an in-depth knowledge of study design and analysis of vaccine studies and rare disease trials. He has published and advised on Cochrane reviews.

Tim is a member of the Royal Society for Statisticians, CStat and CSci, Statisticians in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and the American Statistics Association.