Professor Judy Simpson
Professor of Biostatistics
A27 - Edward Ford Building
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*
Optimising the residential and community aged care workforce: The evidence-based development of clinical leadership in middle managers in aged care
Jeon Y, Kendig H, Simpson J, Chenoweth L
Australian Research Council Linkage Project ($288,053 over 2 years)
Treatment of asymptomatic candidiasis in pregnant women for the prevention of preterm birth: a randomised trial
Giles W, Roberts C, Simpson J, Kotsiou G, Bowen J, Hirst J
NHMRC Project Grant ($1,070,126 over 4 years)
OSPREY: Building capacity for research to improve health services for mothers, babies and children.
Jorm L, Roberts C, Preen D, Simpson J, Moorin R, Haines M, Bambrick H, Holman C
NHMRC Capacity Building Grants in Population Health Research ($835,901 over 5 years)
* Grants administered through the University of Sydney