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Richard Riley is a Professor of Biostatistics at Keele University, having previous held posts at the Universities of Birmingham, Liverpool and Leicester. He joined Keele in October 2014 and his role focuses on statistical and methodological research for prognosis and meta-analysis, whilst supporting clinical projects in these areas. He is also a Statistics Editor for the BMJ and a co-convenor of the Cochrane Prognosis Methods Group.
Richard co-leads a summer school in Prognosis Research Methods, and leads a number of statistical training courses for risk prediction and meta-analysis
Data Analysis, Biostatistics, Big Data Analysis, Artificial Intelligence
Richard D Riley, Yemisi Takwoingi, Thomas Trikalinos, Apratim Guha, Atanu Biswas, Joie Ensor, R Katie Morris and Jonathan J Deeks
Research Article: J Biom Biostat 2014, 4:196