Andrew Titman

Department: Mathematics and Statistics
Room: Fylde B82
Tel: 01524 594475
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I am a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. I currently teach the Survival and Event History Analysis module of the MSc in Statistics as well as several short courses and service courses. I am the Admissions tutor for the MSc in Statistics and also co-ordinator of first and second year mathematical computing courses (LAB100/110/200) on the Mathematics undergraduate programme. Currently I am involved in the supervision of two PhD students.

My main research interests are in the analysis of survival, longitudinal and event history data with applications in medical statistics. A particular focus is the analysis of multi-state survival data under non-standard observations schemes such as interval-censoring, misclassification or dependent censoring.