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Mr Matt Johnson BA, MSc

Statistician

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Matt Johnson is a statistician at the MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit at the University of Southampton. Here he is responsible for statistical analysis for a programme of research being undertaken in India on the developmental and early life origins of health and disease. His role also involves providing statistical consultancy to early career researchers and PhD students on this programme, and teaching within the Faculty of Medicine.

Matt completed an MSc in Social Statistics from the University of Southampton in 2018. He has worked in healthcare data science and analytics for more than ten years, initially in support of healthcare commissioning initiatives for the NHS in Hampshire, UK. He later worked with the National Institute for Health Research CLAHRC Wessex research unit, where he specialised in the development and implementation of complex algorithms for case finding and risk stratification using linked, routinely collected primary and secondary care data.

Research interests

Linkage of routinely collected data from primary care, secondary care and other NHS sources to evaluate the clinical effectiveness of healthcare interventions, to develop and implement complex algorithms, and for epidemiology across varied clinical specialties.

Affiliate research groups

MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, NIHR CLAHRC Wessex

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