Professor Judy Simpson

Professor of Biostatistics
Public Health, School of Public Health

A27 - Edward Ford Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

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Research interests

Judy Simpson has 30 years' postdoctoral experience in applying biostatistical techniques to the design and analysis of research in public health and clinical medicine. During her career as a biostatistician, she has published extensively both nationally and internationally, including over 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Her main research interests are: design and analysis of randomised controlled trials, especially cluster-randomised trials; statistical modelling, including hierarchical (multilevel) modeling; survival analysis, especially analysis of multiple failure time data; and analysis of linked data sets.

Current national competitive grants*

2011

Effectiveness of an early intervention trial to prevent obesity - Phase 2: Follow-up and cost effectiveness analysis
Wen L, Baur L, Rissel C, Flood V, Simpson J, Hayes A, Hardy L
NHMRC Project Grant ($420,489 over 4 years)

2010

Population Health at the Clinical Interface: Pregnancy and Childbirth
Roberts C, Ford J, Todd A, Simpson J, Ashton A, Taylor L, Morris J, Ellwood D
NHMRC Centre of Clinical Research Excellence ($2,456,365 over 5 years)

* Grants administered through the University of Sydney