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Jamie Inshaw

Statistical Programmer

I am interested in understanding the genetic determinants of type 1 diabetes, with a particular interest in identifying any genetic association that is particularly predisposing to early-diagnosed type 1 diabetes, the most aggressive form of the disease.  Another main focus is on fine-mapping disease associations using large datasets and datasets including cases and controls of diverse ancestry in order to refine association signals.

I started working at the DIL in October 2015. Prior to that, I worked at the MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL as a clinical trials statistician working on pediatric HIV trials. I have a degree in Mathematics with Economics from Loughborough University, a Masters in Biometry from the University of Reading, and recently shortly completed a DPhil in Clinical Medicine from the University of Oxford.