Gillian has 13 years of experience in performing systematic reviews across a range of disease areas including osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, cardiovascular disease, and wound care. She has worked on both intervention and diagnostic accuracy reviews. In her previous role she was part of an Evidence Review Group and critiqued single technology assessments for NICE with particular emphasis on the statistical methods used. She is interested in statistical methods for meta-analysis, particularly indirect treatment comparisons and network meta-analysis.
Prior to working in systemic review, Gillian was a statistician in academia and a medical devices company working on the design, analysis, and reporting of clinical trials. She also advised on grant applications and provided statistical support to a Cochrane review group. Gillian is interested in the reporting of research and undertakes statistical peer review for medical journals.
Gillian has a MSc in Applied Statistics from Sheffield Hallam University.