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PhD in Statistics (Bayesian spatiotemporal modelling of chronic disease)

Postgraduate diploma in Public Health (PGDipPH)

Postgraduate diploma in Science (PGDipSci)

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB)


Dr. Jannah Baker has a background in medicine, epidemiology and statistics. Her PhD focussed on Bayesian hierarchical modelling of diabetes and related chronic diseases over space and time. Her previous research has also focussed on gynaecological cancer, cardiac and renal disease, primary care and the effect of hospital electronic record systems. Much of her work has involved data linkage projects and handling big data. She has experience undertaking simulation studies, using machine learning methods and has performed a number of systematic reviews and meta-analyses.


Research interests

Bayesian methods

Spatiotemporal modelling

Hierarchical modelling

Machine learning methods

Simulation studies

Data linkage projects

Diabetes, cancer, cardiac and renal disease


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