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Research Interests

Clinical trial design; research methodogy; health services research; systematic review; public and global health; novel technology; data analysis using R

Research Statement

Rohan Anand is a Research Assistant in the The Wellcome Trust-Wolfson Northern Ireland Clinical Research Facility. He submitted his PhD titled "Pragmatic methods within a randomised controlled trial in respiratory care" in 2021. The thesis focused on how to best design, measure, collect and analyse outcomes in trials. This involved remote data collection and the use of novel technology. The research also explored novel Studies Within A Trial (SWAT) and included a systematic review investigating mucoactives in the critically ill.

His current research further explores how the methods in clinical trials can be improved and how evidence generated can benefit public health. He has publications in high impact journals that include the BMJ and Thorax.

Prior to joining Queen's, Rohan completed a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry at the University of Liverpool and MSc in Drug Discovery and Pharma Management at University College London. He also worked within industry for contract research organisations Quintiles and Imanova. He has been an associate member of the Royal Society of Biology since 2014.

Achievements

  • British Medical Journal cover story and Editor's Choice (January 2020)
  • Professor John Glover Fellowship 2020
  • Medical Research Council PROMoting THE USE of SWATs (PROMETHEUS) Award (Grant number MR/R013748/1) (2018)
  • Kelmor Scholarship 2010

 

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