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Tim Bagguley
Research Fellow



Tim is a member of the Epidemiology and Cancer Statistics Group and works on the Haematological Malignancy Research Network, a specialist population-based registry. In this role, he maps patient pathways from diagnosis, combining treatment, clinical and laboratory data along with routine datasets, such as Hospital Episode Statistics. Tim produces routine reports and statistics as well as conducting more complex statistical modelling of epidemiological data, including time to event analysis. Tim has previously provided analytical support to the European Myelodysplastic Syndromes Registry, applying survival models with time-varying covariates.

Alongside his day-to-day role, Tim is also studying for a PhD, focusing on analysing patient-reported quality of life data and, in particular, the methodology associated with making comparisons with normative populations.


  • BA Economics, University of Cambridge
  • MSc Economics, University of Nottingham



  • Patient reported quality of life
  • Multilevel modelling of longitudinal data
  • Survival analysis
  • Stata programming


Research group(s)

Epidemiology & Cancer Statistics Group


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Tim Bagguley's publications

Tim Bagguley

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Tim Bagguley
Research Fellow

Tel: 01904 32(1846)