MA MSc PhD
Assistant Professor in Biostatistics
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Sir Henry Dale Fellow
Rhian Daniel is an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where she holds a Sir Henry Dale Fellowship on the topic “Statistical methods for studying multidimensional mediators of genetic associations with chronic diseases”. As well as being interested in statistical methods for mediation analysis, time-dependent confounding and other aspects of causal inference, she is passionate about teaching and disseminating these topics to a wider audience.
The two case studies I will present are the two found in the following two papers:
1. Causal Mediation Analysis with Multiple Mediators
2. How much do tumor stage and treatment explain socioeconomic inequalities in breast cancer survival? Applying causal mediation analysis to population-based data