|Prof Fiona Steele, FBA||Co-Director - Centre for Multilevel Modelling, Professor of Social Statistics
Statistical methods for social research, including multilevel modelling, event history (survival) analysis and structural equation modelling. Methodological research includes work on event history analysis for repeated events, competing risks, transitions between multiple states, and long-term survivors; simultaneous equation models for correlated processes; and multilevel factor analysis.
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|Prof Bill Browne||Co-Director - Centre for Multilevel Modelling, Professor of Biostatistics
(Bristol Veterinary School)
My research is in Bayesian statistics, multilevel modelling, complex random effect modelling, applied statistics including analysis of data in the fields of veterinary epidemiology, education, health, public health and bird ecology.
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|Mr Andrew Bell||Research Student|
|Mr Christopher Charlton||Senior Software Engineer
Multilevel Modelling; Maintaining and implementing computer software for statistical analysis.
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|Mr Guanpeng Dong||Research Student|
|Mr Robert French||Research Assistant
Education Economics in India and the UK. Multilevel modelling for educational research.
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|Mr Hugh Garner||I.T. Officer
Web site and online course developer
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|Prof Harvey Goldstein, FBA||Professor of Social Statistics
Professor Goldstein is a chartered statistician, has been editor of the Royal Statistical Society's Journal, Series A, a member of the Society's Council and was awarded the Society's Guy medal on silver in 1998. He was elected a member of the International Statistical Institute in 1987, and a fellow of the British Academy in 1996. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by the Open University in 2001.
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|Mr Mark Hanly||Research Student|
|Ms Nikki Hicks||Research Project Administrator||+44 (0)117 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof Kelvyn Jones||Professor of Human Quantitative Geography
Geography of health; spatial analysis; multi-level modelling, analysis of data with complex structure.
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|Dr George Leckie||Lecturer in Social Statistics
My main research interests are in applying multilevel modelling methodology to address research questions in social science and educational research that are complicated by complex structured data.
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|Mr Dewi Owen||Research Student|
|Dr Richard Parker||Research Assistant
My research interests include: developing better ways to promote the informed use of statistical techniques in a range of applied areas; sample size calculations for multilevel data; epidemiology of animal welfare problems; the measurement and conceptualisation of emotional state in animals.
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|Ms Rebecca Pillinger||Research Student
Methodological interests: Multilevel modelling; models for differential heritability and environmentality; variance functions. Substantive interests: Intelligence tests, achievement and progress: differential heritability and environmentality; selection into schools and segregation.
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|Ms Toni Price||Research Student
Multilevel modelling (in particular, developing simulation-based approaches to sample size calculations for multilevel models); Statistical linguistics; How research productivity can be enhanced through software tools that combine good practice in software development with complex statistical applications.
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|Dr Camille Szmaragd||Statistical Modelling Post-Doctorate
I am interested by a wide range of research topics, which all share as common denominator the use of statistics to answer biological questions. I have a particular interest in developing general methodologies or models to describe biological systems (or at least some aspects of these). As part of this, I have started looking at the possibilities to link climate, epidemiology and socio/economic models through the use of mathematics and statistics. More >>
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|Mrs Mary Takahama||Centre Administrator||+44 (0)117 email@example.com|
|Dr Elizabeth Washbrook||Research Associate
Applied microeconometrics, analysis and management of large-scale secondary datasets, relationships between housing and fertility choice, human capital development in early childhood in an international context, the effects of child and family policy on social mobility.
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|Mr Bruce Cameron||CMM Consultant
|Dr Paul Clarke||Senior Research Fellow
Developing and applying statistical models and estimation techniques for instrumental variable, multilevel, and missing data problems.
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|Prof Tony Fielding||Professor of Social and Educational Statistics
Sadly, Tony died in 2012. His obituary from CMM is here.
Using Cross Classified Models to Improve Estimates of the Determination of Pupil Attainment.
|Prof Sally Thomas||Professor of Education
Educational quality and improvement , school evaluation and self evaluation, learning communities and professional learning, pupil learning and assessment, citizenship, education in developing countries (China, Africa), research methods using qualitative, quantitative (including multilevel modelling) or a combination of both approaches.
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