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Dr Julie Burrett

Dr Julie Burrett

Julie Burrett


Research Assistant

Julie is a data manager/analyst for the Indian Study of Healthy Ageing (Barshi). During her time in the Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit (CTSU), she has worked on a number of other projects including the Cuba Prospective Study, the MRC Immediate/Deferred Orchiectomy Study for prostate cancer and the meta-analyses conducted by the Early Breast Cancer Trialists’ Collaborative Group. 

Julie was a mathematics teacher and then an accounts assistant before joining CTSU in 1989 as a data manager for the MRC leukaemia trials. Whilst at the department she did a Statistics Diploma at Oxford Brookes and then a PhD through The Open University in publication bias in the reporting of randomised clinical trials of treatments for childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, which was awarded in 2003.  

Julie graduated in Mathematics from Durham University in 1982.

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