Dr Marlous Hall

Dr Marlous Hall

Senior Epidemiologist

0113 343 8905

Summary: I am a Senior Epidemiologist with expertise in advanced analytical techniques applied to linked healthcare data. I currently have a particular focus and interest in Cardiovascular Epidemiology.

Location: Level 11, Worsley Building

Overview

Qualifications

  • BSc in Mathematics, University of Sheffield.
  • MSc in Statistics, University of Sheffield.
  • PhD in Paediatric Cancer Epidemiology, University of Leeds.
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, University of Leeds.
  • University of Leeds Teaching and Research Award (ULTRA) (30-credit MSc Qualification). 

Research Areas

I am a Senior Epidemiologist with expertise in advanced analytical techniques applied to electronic healthcare data. I have a keen interest in working with large complex clinical datasets, applying advanced methodologies including multiple imputation, multilevel modelling, and advanced survival techniques such as flexible parametric survival modelling and relative survival. I currently have a particular focus and interest in Cardiovascular Epidemiology and predominantly work with data from the Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project and hospital episode statistics (HES). 

I have previously worked in Paediatric Cancer Epidemiology, primarily working with data from the Yorkshire Specialist Register of Cancer in Children and Young People linked to HES data.

Teaching Commitments  

I am currently the Deputy Programme Lead for the MSc in Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

Supervision

Current and past postgraduate research students and projects are listed below.

  • Tatendashe Bernadette Dondo, PhD - Quality of care and clinical outcomes following Acute Myocardial Infarction: High resolution investigation using electronic health record data. Part Time, started September 2015.
  • Owen Bebb, MD - Acute Myocardial Infarction: An evaluation of good quality of care and outcomes, Part Time, started September 2015
  • Arwa AlThumairi, PhD - Describing variation in hospital activity following completion of treatment for childhood and adolescent cancer in Yorkshire and the impact on survival. Full Time, completed February 2017.

  • Christopher D. Lethaby, MD - Time to diagnosis of cancer in children and young adults in secondary care services. Full Time, completed in August 2013.

Undergraduate and taught postgraduate teaching commitments:

  • Module leader – Professional Spine (MSc, EPIB5030M, 15 credits).
  • Undergraduate Tutorials  – EPIB3035 Research Methods for Clinical Sciences (iBSc), MBChB Year 2 Research, Evaulation and Special Studies (RESS 2).
  • Postgraduate Tutorials - EPIB5027M Advanced Epidemiology (MSc)
  • Course Materials – I have produced tutorial materials and assessments in SPSS and Stata for the undergraduate intercalated BSc module EPIB3035 Research Methods for Clinical Sciences.