Stephanie Riley
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Stephanie Riley

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Biography

Biography

PhD researcher in Statistics

SUM:UP tutor

Qualifications

MSc Statistics - University of Glasgow (2020)

BSc (Hons) Mathematics - University of Plymouth (2019)

Professional membership

Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching interests

SUM:UP - I am a tutor at the university's SUM:UP Mathematics and Statistics drop-in.

MATH501 Modelling and Analytics for Data Science - I assist in computer labs for this module where students are introduced to commonly implemented regression based and machine learning models in data science.

MATH513 Big Data and Social Network Visualization - I assist in computer labs where students are introduced to techniques for analysing big data in R.

BIOM5005 Project Design and Development - I taught the Statistics lectures in 2021/22 to MSc Biomedical Science students to introduce them to commonly used statistical methods used to analyse biomedical data. 

Research

Research

Research interests

I am interested in developing statistical methodology with applications in medicine. My PhD research focuses on developing and validating clinical prediction models for semi-competing survival outcomes in kidney transplant recipients.

Grants & contracts

London Mathematical Society Early Career Researcher Travel Grant

Publications

Publications

Journals

Riley S, Zhang Q, Tse W-Y, Connor A and Wei Y (2022) Using Information Available at the Time of Donor Offer to Predict Kidney Transplant Survival Outcomes: A Systematic Review of Prediction Models. Transpl Int 35:10397. doi: 10.3389/ti.2022.10397 Open access

Personal

Personal

Conferences organised

https://hdrplym.github.io/