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Dr Siew Wan Hee

Job Title
Senior Research Fellow
WMS - Health Sciences
Research Interests

Dr Hee's main research interests are in design and analysis of clinical trials in particular for small population disease. She is also interested in the setting and designing issues of database for individual participant data meta-analysis.


Siew Wan is a Research Fellow for the Statistics and Epidemiology Unit, Division of Health Sciences, Warwick Medical School. Her first degree was in statistics from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and this was followed by an MSc. also in statistics from NUS. The title of her dissertation was "Exploration of Probes Selection Criteria of Oligonucleotide Array". She was awarded a PhD from The University of Warwick in 2012, thesis titled "Designing a Series of Clinical Trials". She has previously worked as a biostatistician in National Cancer Centre Singapore. Her primary role was to support, assist and advise the design, conduct and analysis of early phase trials and observational studies.

Title Funder Award start Award end
Postural tachycardia syndrome Exercise (PulSE) BHF grant via Coventry University British Heart Foundation 01 Aug 2019 31 Dec 2023
Research Design Service renewal 2018 National Institute for Health Research (DoH) 01 Oct 2018 30 Sep 2023
RECEDE study (Reducing Colonoscopies in those without bowEl DiseasE) HS&DR Stage 2 (Stage 1 - 60439) National Institute for Health Research (DoH) 01 May 2020 31 Oct 2022
NIHR RfPB 2nd stage. GARFIELD-AF in Primary Care - Optimising prediction of mortality, stroke, and major bleeding for patients with atrial fibrillation using routinely collected primary care electronic health records (Stage 1 - 58973) National Institute for Health Research (DoH) 01 Mar 2020 28 Feb 2021
PGfAR Full application: Chronic Headache Educations and Self-management Study (CHESS): Resubmission National Institute for Health Research (DoH) 05 Jan 2015 31 Oct 2020
EU FP7 Health Call 2013.4.2-3 (FULL Proposal): InsPiRe - Innovative Methodology for Small Populations Research European Commission 01 Sep 2013 30 Nov 2016