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Dr Ricardo Segurado is a Lecturer in Public Health Biostatistics in the School of Public Health, Physciotherapy and Sports Sciences, and a consultant biostatistician affiliated with CSTAR. His background is in statistical genetics and genetic epidemiology (Trinity College Dublin and Cardiff University), with a HRB postdoctoral fellowship studying gene-gene interaction at TCD. He has many years experience of statistical consulting on a range of research projects in health and biological sciences, encompassing biomarker identification, survival analysis, longitudinal modelling, missing data handling, genomic-scale data association studies, and many more. He collaborates with researchers in genetics, across the full range of medical specialities, basic biological sciences, social and psychological sciences, and beyond and is deputy director of the UCD Centre for Support and Training in Analysis and Research (CSTAR). Ricardo is actively involved in developing statistical education amongst biological and clinical researchers through short professional programmes and in the UCD Master in Public Health (MPH) programme. He is a founder of the Wales-Ireland Genetic Epidemiology Group.
- BA (Mod)Trinity College Dublin1993 - 1997
- PG DIPTrinity College Dublin1999 - 2000
- PhDTrinity College Dublin1997 - 2002
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