Senior Statistician CTSG
With expertise in biostatistics and epidemiology, Dr Sue Lee has worked in the field of infectious diseases for more than 10 years, with experience in both developed and developing countries. A member of the MORU Tropical Health Network since 2006, Sue has worked on many large-scale, multi-national, multi-site studies and across a range of study designs.
She is currently involved with local, regional and international projects on hospital and community acquired infections and antimicrobial resistance, malaria in pregnancy, refugee and migrant health, HIV and COVID-19. These projects aim to measure various aspects of health and healthcare, including prevalence, incidence, mortality risk, excess length-of-stay, and diagnostic accuracy.
As Senior Statistician in MORU’s Clinical Trials Support Group (CTSG), Sue is involved with study design, eg protocols, and implementation, eg statistical analysis plans. Holder of a PhD (Epidemiology) from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Dr Lee is well-versed in the analysis and dissemination of the results from clinical trials as well as observational studies.
Currently Associate Editor International Health, Sue has over 100 peer-reviewed publications and presentations at international conferences and meetings.
A randomized controlled trial of dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine, artesunate-mefloquine and extended artemether-lumefantrine treatments for malaria in pregnancy on the Thailand-Myanmar border
Saito M. et al, (2021), BMC Medicine, 19
Impact of delays to incubation and storage temperature on blood culture results: a multi-centre study
Ling CL. et al, (2021), BMC Infectious Diseases, 21
The cardiovascular effects of amodiaquine and structurally related antimalarials: An individual patient data meta-analysis
Chan XHS. et al, (2021), PLOS Medicine, 18, e1003766 - e1003766
Pharmacokinetic Study of Rectal Artesunate in Children with Severe Malaria in Africa
Fanello C. et al, (2021), Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 65
Randomised Controlled Trials of Alcohol-Based Surgical Site Skin Preparation for the Prevention of Surgical Site Infections: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Peel TN. et al, (2021), Journal of Clinical Medicine, 10, 663 - 663