Dr M A Hussein Wahedally
Hussein is a seasoned statistician with an academic foundation and professional experience in the field of mixed research methods and applied statistics.
In 2018, he completed his PhD in Statistics at the University of East Anglia. Driven by his passion for the use of Big Data for multidisciplinary purposes, his doctoral research projects encompassed a wide array of topics, including a critical review of actuarial and medical statistics, the utilization of longitudinal primary care datasets for actuarial purposes, and the development of short and long-term mortality risk models for patients who underwent total hip replacements in England.
With a deep-rooted passion for statistical and mixed research methods, Hussein has dedicated his time in various epidemiological studies, clinical audit programmes and how to harness the power of Big Data. Prior to joining the THIS Institute, Hussein was an integral member of the Big Data Research Group at the University of East Anglia from 2012 to 2018 and worked as a statistician in various Clinical Audit Programs at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Hussein’s research is anchored on advanced statistical methods and interdisciplinary mixed research designs. He is dedicated to optimizing healthcare systems through the utilization of routine healthcare data and electronic health records.