NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Peter Godolphin studied Mathematics at the University of Birmingham, where he discovered a keen interest for medical statistics, and graduated in 2014. He went on to work for the University of Nottingham, undertaking an NIHR Research Methods Fellowship based at both Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit and Stroke Trials Unit. This fellowship involved undertaking an MSc in Medical Statistics in 2014/15 at the University of Leicester.
Peter applied for and was awarded an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship in 2016, entitled Investigating the Impact of Adjudication in Stroke Trials. He started his PhD in Clinical Trials Research in October 2016.
Peter Godolphin's current research interests lie in efficient clinical trial design and conduct. He has investigated the impact of independent adjudication in clinical trials, with a focus on… read more
Peter Godolphin's current research interests lie in efficient clinical trial design and conduct. He has investigated the impact of independent adjudication in clinical trials, with a focus on randomised controlled trials which report stroke related outcomes. Peter has also explored the effect of blinded outcome assessment in a dermatology trial, and has a keen interest in methods of dealing with subject drop-out in crossover trials.
Peter begun a PhD in Clinical Trials Research in October 2016 which will comprise three elements; (1) A systematic review, (2) A cost-effectiveness analysis and (3) Statistical simulations. These three components will link together to answer the research question: What are the costs and benefits of adjudicating outcomes in stroke trials?
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