Dr Prabin Dahal
- Statistician, Infectious Diseases Data Observatory
- Teaching Fellow in Statistics, MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine
- Susan and George Brownlee Junior Research Fellow, Linacre College
I am a statistician based at Infectious Diseases Data Observatory (IDDO).
I have a broad interest in epidemiology of infectious diseases (Malaria and Visceral Leishmaniasis in particular). My research has primarily focused on delineation of dose-response relationships for commonly used antimalarial drugs through individual participant data meta-analysis and assessment of safety of antileishmanial drugs.
Prior to my current role, I completed first and second degrees in Statistics from the University of Reading, spent a year at Safety Assessment and Pharmaceutical Development unit at GlaxoSmithKline supporting pre-clinical studies, and completed DPhil in Clinical Medicine on investigation of statistical issues in antimalarial clinical studies.
I serve as a Teaching Fellow in Statistics with the MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine.
At Linacre College, I am a Susan and George Brownlee junior research fellow in biomedical sciences.
Haemoglobin at inclusion in visceral leishmaniasis clinical studies: A systematic review and proposal for an individual patient data meta-analysis
Dahal P. et al, (2021), TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH, 26, 55 - 56
Methodological variations in design and conduct of visceral leishmaniasis clinical trials: A systematic review
Dahal P. et al, (2021), TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH, 26, 57 - 57
Visceral Leishmaniasis in pregnancy and vertical transmission: A systematic literature review on the therapeutic orphans
Dahal P. et al, (2021), TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH, 26, 56 - 56
Maguire BJ. et al, (2021), PLoS neglected tropical diseases, 15
Dahal P. et al, (2021), PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 15