Lauren is a research associate in the Epidemiology and Cancer Statistics Group, joining in 2021 after seven years at The Institute of Cancer Research in London, where she studied the aetiology of breast cancer using data from the UK Generations Study and the Premenopausal Breast Cancer Collaborative Group, a consortium of international breast cancer cohorts. From 2012-2014 she worked as a research assistant for Public Health England in Newcastle, investigating the effectiveness of the pneumococcal vaccination programs. Prior to that, she received her BSc in Mathematics from The University of York and MSc in Statistical Epidemiology from The University of Leeds.
BSc Mathematics, The University of York
MSc Statistical Epidemiology, The University of Leeds
- Statistical analysis of population-based data relating to haematological malignancies
- Epidemiology of hematological malignancies
- Survival analysis
- Treatment pathways
Epidemiology & Cancer Statistics Group