Colleges, School and Institutes
Rajnikant attained his first degree in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Greenwich.
His first appointed as a Medical Statistician at Clinical Research Centre (MRC) Northwick Park Hospital. Whilst at the MRC he’d completed and obtained an MSc in Medical Statistics from the University of London – London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
He then moved on to the Public Health Sciences / Research and Development Services Unit at the University of Southampton where he’d supported a varied cohort of medical practitioners with the design and analysis of their clinical trials.
Whilst at the University of Southampton he obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PCAP).
Current Role/Title : Senior Medical Statistician / Epidemiologist
Group:Birmingham Acute Care Research/Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust/Institute of Applied Health Research (BCTU).
Statistical techniques/methods include:
- Longitudinal studies
- Hierarchal/Multilevel techniques/methods
- Survival analysis techniques
- Generalised linear modelling techniques
- Generalised Estimating Equations/Repeated measures methods
- Imputation techniques
- Randomised clinical trials (Stepped Wedge Design and Adaptive Design)
- Health Economics