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Data & Administration


Eleanor Barry 

Eleanor is  a statistician currently working in the Women’s Health department in the Centre for Public Health & Policy.

She has recently completed her PhD at the University of Bath investigating a possible causal impact of Systemic Sclerosis on cancer, with an emphasis on prevalent cohorts. From this, she has  a background in survival analysis, case-control studies, left-truncated data, and causal inference. Eleanor's PhD was based in the SAMBa CDT (Statistical Applied Mathematics at Bath Centre of Doctoral Training)and she comes from a mathematics background, with an MRes as part of the CDT and a Math undergraduate degree from the University of Exeter.

She has  enjoyed tutoring for many years, particularly statistics and data analytics.

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