MSc (App Psy) MPhil (Medical Sciences)
I was trained in Cambridge in epidemiology and joined the Centre for Evidence in Transplantation Oxford as a research fellow in 2015. I worked on quality of reporting in clinical trials in renal transplantation and later as an analyst on a project aimed at the use for artificial intelligence for early cancer diagnosis at OUH. I am interested in Cardiovascular Medicine as well as lung cancer research, which I am currently pursuing from patient perspective.
Lung Cancer Prediction Using Deep Learning Software: Validation on Independent Multi-Centre Data
Peschl H. et al, (2018), JOURNAL OF THORACIC ONCOLOGY, 13, S428 - S428
Do clinical trials reflect reality? A systematic review of inclusion/exclusion criteria in trials of renal transplant immunosuppression.
Ayaz-Shah AA. et al, (2018), Transpl Int, 31, 353 - 360
Do Clinical Trials Reflect Reality? A Systematic Review of Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria in Trials of Renal Transplant Immunosuppression
Ayaz-Shah A. et al, (2017), Transplant International
Variability in the reporting of renal function endpoints in immunosuppression trials in renal transplantation: time for consensus?
Knight SR. and Hussain S., (2016), Clin Transplant, 30, 1584 - 1590
Quality and consistency of outcome reporting in clinical trials of immunosuppression in renal transplantation.
Hussain S. and Knight SR., (2016), Clin Transplant, 30, 1440 - 1448