Dr Rashid Mansoor
I am currently involved in large-scale pooled analysis of individual patient data for the WorldWide Antimalarial Research Network (WWARN). In addition, I spent one year as a postdoctoral statistician at the School of Medicine, University of Dundee working with the two studies relating to epidemiology and prescribing for chronic pain. My current research interests include application of different statistical methods for characterising the efficacy and safety of antimalarial drugs, and multivariate statistical analysis of High-dimensional data.
Optimal Duration of Follow-up for Assessing Antimalarial Efficacy in Pregnancy: A Retrospective Analysis of a Cohort Followed Up Until Delivery on the Thailand-Myanmar Border.
Saito M. et al, (2019), Open forum infectious diseases, 6
The effect of dose on the antimalarial efficacy of artesunate-mefloquine against Plasmodium falciparum malaria: a protocol for systematic review and individual patient data (IPD) meta-analysis.
Mansoor R. et al, (2019), BMJ open, 9
Morbidity and mortality outcomes in neonates who were transferred from home and hospitals to the only neonatal intensive care unit in Guinea: a descriptive report using routinely collected health data
Cherif MS. et al, (2019), International Health
Complex interactions between malaria and malnutrition: a systematic literature review
Das D. et al, (2018), BMC Medicine, 16
Association of opioid prescribing practices with chronic pain and benzodiazepine co-prescription: a primary care data linkage study
Torrance N. et al, (2018), British Journal of Anaesthesia, 120, 1345 - 1355