Dr Laura Gray
Department of Health Sciences
University of Leicester
Bsc (Hons), MSc, PhD I joined the University of Leicester in 2008 after I was awarded my PhD from the University of Nottingham. My PhD assessed methods for designing and analysing clinical trials with ordinal outcomes. Although I am based in the Biostatistics Research Group I collaborate extensively with the Diabetes Research Centre and much of my work is within this clinical area. I am also a Senior Associate Statistician at the Leicester Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) and I played a key role in this unit’s successful accreditation in 2013.`
Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes Screening and early detection of disease Management of Type 2 Diabetes Clinical trial design and analysis Development and validation of risk prediction models Evidence synthesis
Gray LJ, Simpson SJ, Polak M. (2017). Fruit flies may face a nutrient-dependent life-history trade-off between secondary sexual trait quality, survival and developmental rate.