Alexander joined the Department of Health Sciences in 2014 as a data analyst and has a background in biological sciences, which includes experimental research in oesophageal cancer. He completed his PhD in 2020, entitled 'What service and patient characteristics are associated with cardiac rehabilitation outcomes', focused on Cardiac Rehabilitation and the use of observational studies in health research. Alex’s current area of interest is factors affecting outcomes in complex interventions.
Alexander has a broad interest in health research, which includes both qualitative and quantitative research, in a range of settings. Although currently working on observational studies, Alex has experience in a range of study types.