Cameron joined the NIHR Newcastle MIC in June 2021. He recently completed his PhD in Statistics at Newcastle University, with a thesis titled “Subjective Bayesian Methods in the Design and Analysis of Clinical Trials”. Previously, he has worked as a data analyst at Queensland University of Technology and a research assistant at Griffith University. Cameron utilised Bayesian modelling and elicitation of quantitative judgements in applications including psychology and evaluation of student feedback.
His focus at the MIC is on the quantitative statistical aspects of a range of projects.