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Charlie Harper

Charlie Harper

Research groups

Charlie Harper

BSc, MSc


Medical Statistician

Charlie is an Epidemiologist within the Wearables Group at the Big Data Institute and Oxford Population Health. His current research interests include the use of wearables data in risk prediction modelling and digital trial endpoints.  

He joined the department in 2015 as a Medical Statistician and has contributed to numerous studies including large-scale randomised trials, meta-analyses, and observational studies in both cardiovascular and kidney disease.

Charlie obtained his DPhil in Population Health from Oxford Population Health, where he investigated whether routinely collected healthcare data can be used to reliably follow-up participants in large randomised trials.

He completed his undergraduate degree in Economics at the University of East Anglia and MSc in Economics at Bristol University.