Laura is an Associate Director in our analytics team.
Her role centers on the oversight of all statistical analyses for our real-world evidence studies, study design, and reporting of analysis results to a wide range of audiences. Laura’s expertise in these areas allows clients to clearly interpret the results of our RWE studies and generate meaningful insights, therefore maximizing the value of our studies in onward applications.
Prior to joining Vitaccess, Laura was a medical statistician at the University of Southampton Clinical Trials Unit, where she specialized in providing statistical support for oncology trials, primarily in lymphoma and urology. She has a background of working in Phase I, II, and III clinical trial settings, and has applied her expertise across a broad range of therapeutic areas, including oncology, dermatology, respiratory, and primary care research.
Laura has a Master’s degree in Statistics with Applications in Medicine from the University of Southampton, and a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Reading.
She is passionate about improving mental health and well-being in the workplace, and regularly contributes tips from her experience as a mental health first aider to encourage well-being in our team.
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