Edmond Ng serves as an expert statistician for the Global Burden of Disease Independent Advisory Committee and supports its Chair in strategic development and priority setting of the Committee. He has been a Chartered Statistician since 2008 and has over 20 years of working experience in musculoskeletal research, public health, health economics, pharmacoepidemiology, applied statistics, and film policy research in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom in academia as well as governmental settings. He is currently a panel member of the Scientific Review Committee for The Health Improvement Network (THIN) in the UK. His research interests include mixed models, statistical methods for pharmacoepidemiology, statistical computing (author of the user-contributed Stata commands tsb and tsbceprob), and metrics for burden of disease studies. He is based in the Director’s Office of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. He holds a BSc in Statistics from Queen Mary College of the University of London, and an MSc in Biometry from the University of Reading.
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