Miss Jade Chynoweth
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Miss Jade Chynoweth

Research Assistant in Medical Statistics

Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences)

Role

I am a Research Assistant for the Medical Statistics group within the Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences. Projects that I am involved in include the Down’s syndrome screening Quality Assurance Support Service (DQASS), the EarlyBird study and trials within the Peninsula Clinical Trials Unit (PenCTU). I am currently studying towards a PhD part time - improving the efficiency of modelling complex physical activity data using novel statistical methods.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Mathematics & Statistics, University of Plymouth (2014)
MSc Statistics with Medical Applications, University of Sheffield (2018)
Graduate Statistician, Royal Statistical Society (2017)


Professional membership

Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society

Key publications are highlighted

Journals

What is the longitudinal profile of impairments and can we predict difficulty caring for the profoundly-affected arm in the first year post-stroke?
Allison R, Kilbride C, Chynoweth J, Creanor S, Frampton I, Marsden J
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Aug 2017)

Epistaxis 2016: National Audit of Management
INTEGRATE (The National ENT Trainee Research Network)
The statisticians were: J Chynoweth, B G Jones and K Stevens
The Journal of Laryngology and Otology (Jan 2018)

Epistaxis and mortality
INTEGRATE (The National ENT Trainee Research Network)
Statistical support was provided by: J Chynoweth, B Jones and K Stevens
The Journal of Laryngology and Otology (Nov 2018) 

Articles
INTEGRATE 2018 'Epistaxis and mortality' The Journal of Laryngology & Otology 132, (12) 1061-1066 , DOI
INTEGRATE, Chynoweth J, Jones BG & Stevens K 2017 'Epistaxis 2016: national audit of management' Journal of Laryngology and Otology 131, 1131-1141 Author Site , DOI PEARL
Allison R, Kilbride C, Chynoweth J, Creanor S, Frampton I & marsden J 2017 'What is the longitudinal profile of impairments and can we predict difficulty caring for the profoundly-affected arm in the first year post-stroke?' Arch Phys Med Rehabil Author Site , DOI PEARL