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Mr Scott Harris BSc, MSc

Associate Professor of Medical Statistics

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Scott Harris is Associate Professor in Medical Statistics for the Primary Care, Population Sciences and Medical Education School of the Faculty of Medicine.

Scott is a Medical Statistician within the Faculty of Medicine and has been actively involved in both teaching and research since joining the Faculty in 2003. His main research areas of diagnostic testing and survival analysis have been developed through collaboration with clinical and scientific colleagues within his School, Faculty and the wider University. He is co-applicant on a number of National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded studies in the areas of cancer, diagnostic imaging and frailty.

Scott takes a lead role in teaching Statistics within the Faculty and teaches Undergraduate, Postgraduate taught and Postgraduate research students. He is also module lead for two postgraduate research methods courses within the Faculty (Research Skills for the Biomedical Sciences and Clinical Research Skills). In 2012 he was awarded the Vice Chancellors Teaching award.


Appointments held

Research interests

Clinical Trials, Reporting of Statistics in Medicine, Computer Intensive techniques, Diagnostic tests and Survival analysis.

Research group

Primary Care, Population Sciences and Medical Education

Affiliate research group

Population Health Sciences Research group

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  • Module Leader - Research Skills For the Biomedical Sciences (RSBS) – PGR Students.
  • Co-Module Leader – Clinical research Skills (CRS) – MSc Allergy
  • Statistics Group Education Lead.
Mr Scott Harris
Faculty of Medicine, Room AB215, Mailpoint 801, South Academic Block, University Hospital Southampton, Tremona Road, Southampton, SO16 6YD

Room Number : SGH/AC25/MP805

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