Dr Paul White

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Paul is an Associate Professor in statistics and is Director of the Applied Statistics Group, UWE.  

His teaching portfolio covers applied statistics, research methods, research methodology and supervising projects on undergraduate and postgraduate awards and supervisor and advisor on PhD programmes of study across the University. Undergraduate teaching includes Statistical Modelling, and Statistical Research Methods (BSc Mathematics, BSc Statistics) and his postgraduate teaching portfolio includes quantitative methods for all taught postgraduate students studying psychology, and applied research methods for all taught postgraduate students studying in the bio-medical sciences. He is a co-supervisor in PhD programmes within Psychology and Bio-Medical Sciences, and Director of Studies for PhD research in academic statistics.  Paul is the facilitator of continuing professional development courses in statistics for faculty across the University and for research staff within North Bristol Health Trust. He was the recipient of the first Excellence in Teaching award from the Faculty of Environment and Technology (FET) for contribution to teaching and the student experience and recipeint of the Student Teaching Award for FET.

Paul heads the Applied Statistics Group (ASG) at the University of the West of England, Bristol. The ASG at UWE provides statistical expertise across the University offering "stat-chat", a data buddy support system, collaboration, development of new methods and methodologies for research across the University. The ASG is actively involved in ongoing multi-disciplinary and collaborative work with a wide range of research groups across the University.  Collaborative work extends to research groups external to the University. Some of these collaborations are with academic units in other universities but most predominantly with North Bristol Health Trust, providing statistical support for research within the trust both for individuals and for established research groups. This role extends to membership of a number of steering committees and independent data monitoring committees for a wide range of trials.

Paul's research interests lend themselves to multi-disciplinary research employing quantitative methodologies and to the development of new methodological approaches.

Area of expertise

Applied Statistics

Quantitative Research Methods

Sample size

Design and analysis of experiments

Ethics in quantitative research

 

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