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Dr Lauren Rodgers

Research Fellow

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South Cloisters 1.09

Lauren Rodgers is a Research Fellow in Medical Statistics in the Health Statistics Group.

She completed a PhD in Medical Statistics which looked at the effect of missing data in crossover designs in 2008. She then spent three years as a Statistician for the Forensic Science Service working on a novel method for the statistical analysis of forensic DNA profiles. She joined the University of Exeter Medical School as a Statistician in March 2012. During her two years in the PenCLAHRC group she provided statistical support and analysis for a variety of projects focussing on child health research and observational data analysis.

Her current work is in the methodology and application of observational data in evaluating the efficacy of diabetes treatments.

Qualifications

  • PhD in Medical Statistics, Newcastle University
  • MSci in Mathematics and Statistics, University of St Andrews

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Research

Research interests

  • Design and analysis of clinical trials
  • Methods to estimate treatment effects using observational data
  • Analysis of routinely collected health data
  • Missing data in clinical trials
  • Analysis and interpretation of STR profiles

Research projects

  • The MASTERMIND project (MRC APBI Stratification and Extreme Response Mechanism IN Diabetes)

Research networks

Member of 

  • Royal Statistical Society
  • PenStat
  • ExIStA

​Participating in the GW4 Cruicible Healthy Living Programme 

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Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Farmer AJ, Rodgers LR, Lonergan M, Shields B, Weedon MN, Donnelly L, Holman RR, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, MASTERMIND Consortium, et al (2016). Adherence to Oral Glucose-Lowering Therapies and Associations with 1-Year HbA1c: a Retrospective Cohort Analysis in a Large Primary Care Database. Diabetes Care, 39(2), 258-263. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Matthews JNS, Henderson R, Farewell DM, Ho W-K, Rodgers LR (2014). Dropout in crossover and longitudinal studies: is complete case so bad?. Stat Methods Med Res, 23(1), 60-73. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rotheray S, Racey D, Rodgers L, Mcgilloway S, Berry V, Ford T (2014). Innovations in Practice: Further evidence on the effectiveness of the strengths and difficulties added value score as an outcome measure for child and adolescent services. Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Russell G, Rodgers LR, Ukoumunne OC, Ford T (2014). Prevalence of parent-reported ASD and ADHD in the UK: findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. J Autism Dev Disord, 44(1), 31-40. Abstract.  Author URL.
Thompson H, Reville MC, Price A, Reynolds L, Rodgers LR, Ford T (2014). The Quality of Life scale for Children (QoL-C). Journal of Children's Services: research informing policy and practice, 9, 4-17. Full text.
Puch-Solis R, Rodgers L, Mazumder A, Pope S, Evett I, Curran J, Balding D (2013). Evaluating forensic DNA profiles using peak heights, allowing for multiple donors, allelic dropout and stutters. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 7(5), 555-563. Abstract.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Farmer AJ, Rodgers LR, Lonergan M, Shields B, Weedon MN, Donnelly L, Holman RR, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, MASTERMIND Consortium, et al (2016). Adherence to Oral Glucose-Lowering Therapies and Associations with 1-Year HbA1c: a Retrospective Cohort Analysis in a Large Primary Care Database. Diabetes Care, 39(2), 258-263. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Matthews JNS, Henderson R, Farewell DM, Ho W-K, Rodgers LR (2014). Dropout in crossover and longitudinal studies: is complete case so bad?. Stat Methods Med Res, 23(1), 60-73. Abstract.  Author URL.
Abbott RA, Whear R, Rodgers LR, Bethel A, Thompson Coon J, Kuyken W, Stein K, Dickens C (2014). Effectiveness of mindfulness-based stress reduction and mindfulness based cognitive therapy in vascular disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 76(5), 341-351. Abstract.
Rotheray S, Racey D, Rodgers L, Mcgilloway S, Berry V, Ford T (2014). Innovations in Practice: Further evidence on the effectiveness of the strengths and difficulties added value score as an outcome measure for child and adolescent services. Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Rotheray S, Racey D, Rodgers L, Mcgilloway S, Berry V, Ford T (2014). Innovations in Practice: Further evidence on the effectiveness of the strengths and difficulties added value score as an outcome measure for child and adolescent services. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19(4), 270-273. Abstract.
Russell G, Rodgers LR, Ukoumunne OC, Ford T (2014). Prevalence of parent-reported ASD and ADHD in the UK: findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. J Autism Dev Disord, 44(1), 31-40. Abstract.  Author URL.
Thompson H, Reville MC, Price A, Reynolds L, Rodgers LR, Ford T (2014). The Quality of Life scale for Children (QoL-C). Journal of Children's Services: research informing policy and practice, 9, 4-17. Full text.
Puch-Solis R, Rodgers L, Mazumder A, Pope S, Evett I, Curran J, Balding D (2013). Evaluating forensic DNA profiles using peak heights, allowing for multiple donors, allelic dropout and stutters. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 7(5), 555-563. Abstract.
Russell G, Rodgers LR, Ford T (2013). The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire as a predictor of parent-reported diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. PLOS ONE Full text.
Ho WK, Matthews JNS, Henderson R, Farewell D, Rodgers LR (2012). Dropouts in the AB/BA crossover design. Stat Med, 31(16), 1675-1687. Abstract.  Author URL.
Puch-Solis R, Rodgers L, Pope S, Evett I (2009). Assigning weight of DNA evidence using a continuous model that takes into account stutter and dropout. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series, 2(1), 460-461. Abstract.
Cooke NJ, Rodgers L, Rawlings D, McCaskie AW, Holland JP (2009). Bone density of the femoral neck following Birmingham hip resurfacing. Acta Orthop, 80(6), 660-665. Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by year


2016

Farmer AJ, Rodgers LR, Lonergan M, Shields B, Weedon MN, Donnelly L, Holman RR, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, MASTERMIND Consortium, et al (2016). Adherence to Oral Glucose-Lowering Therapies and Associations with 1-Year HbA1c: a Retrospective Cohort Analysis in a Large Primary Care Database. Diabetes Care, 39(2), 258-263. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2014

Matthews JNS, Henderson R, Farewell DM, Ho W-K, Rodgers LR (2014). Dropout in crossover and longitudinal studies: is complete case so bad?. Stat Methods Med Res, 23(1), 60-73. Abstract.  Author URL.
Abbott RA, Whear R, Rodgers LR, Bethel A, Thompson Coon J, Kuyken W, Stein K, Dickens C (2014). Effectiveness of mindfulness-based stress reduction and mindfulness based cognitive therapy in vascular disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 76(5), 341-351. Abstract.
Rotheray S, Racey D, Rodgers L, Mcgilloway S, Berry V, Ford T (2014). Innovations in Practice: Further evidence on the effectiveness of the strengths and difficulties added value score as an outcome measure for child and adolescent services. Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Rotheray S, Racey D, Rodgers L, Mcgilloway S, Berry V, Ford T (2014). Innovations in Practice: Further evidence on the effectiveness of the strengths and difficulties added value score as an outcome measure for child and adolescent services. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19(4), 270-273. Abstract.
Russell G, Rodgers LR, Ukoumunne OC, Ford T (2014). Prevalence of parent-reported ASD and ADHD in the UK: findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. J Autism Dev Disord, 44(1), 31-40. Abstract.  Author URL.
Thompson H, Reville MC, Price A, Reynolds L, Rodgers LR, Ford T (2014). The Quality of Life scale for Children (QoL-C). Journal of Children's Services: research informing policy and practice, 9, 4-17. Full text.

2013

Puch-Solis R, Rodgers L, Mazumder A, Pope S, Evett I, Curran J, Balding D (2013). Evaluating forensic DNA profiles using peak heights, allowing for multiple donors, allelic dropout and stutters. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 7(5), 555-563. Abstract.
Russell G, Rodgers LR, Ford T (2013). The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire as a predictor of parent-reported diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. PLOS ONE Full text.

2012

Ho WK, Matthews JNS, Henderson R, Farewell D, Rodgers LR (2012). Dropouts in the AB/BA crossover design. Stat Med, 31(16), 1675-1687. Abstract.  Author URL.
Puch-Solis R, Rodgers LR (2012). Improvements in and relating to the consideration of evidence [Patent].

2009

Puch-Solis R, Rodgers L, Pope S, Evett I (2009). Assigning weight of DNA evidence using a continuous model that takes into account stutter and dropout. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series, 2(1), 460-461. Abstract.
Cooke NJ, Rodgers L, Rawlings D, McCaskie AW, Holland JP (2009). Bone density of the femoral neck following Birmingham hip resurfacing. Acta Orthop, 80(6), 660-665. Abstract.  Author URL.

2008

Rodgers LR (2008). Analysis of treatment effect in crossover designs with missing data.

Awards

Chartered Statistician (CStat)
Chartered Scientist (CSci)

Committee/panel activities

Royal Statistical Society representative on the London Mathematical Society's Women in Mathematics Committee

STEM Ambassador

Committee member of the Young Statisicians SectionRoyal Statistical Society (2013-2016)

  • Clinical Decision Making (Year 1 and 2 undergraduate medical students)
  • PenCLAHRC Clinical Desicion Making Workshops
  • Statistics course for postgraduate research students
  • Introduction to R workshop

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