Researcher biography

A/Prof Mark D. Chatfield is a diligent, experienced, applied biostatistician. He has substantial involvement with randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and is an expert user of Stata statistical software.

In collaboration with other researchers, he has published over 110 manuscripts in peer-reviewed international journals and is an investigator on 14 NHMRC & MRFF funded projects (mostly RCTs). He is currently co-supervising two PhD students.

He is an Honorary Fellow (Associate Professor, 2016-present) with Menzies School of Health Research, where he worked 2012-2017. He has also worked at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute (2017-8), NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, University of Sydney (2009-2012), UK MRC Human Nutrition Research (2006-9), Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge (2002-6).

He currently undertakes collaborative research with UQ Faculty of Medicine researchers from:

- Child Health Research Centre [CHRC]

- Centre for Clinical Research [UQCCR]

- Centre for Health Services Research [CHSR]

- School of Public Health [SPH]

He is also a senior statistical consultant with the Faculty's Research and Statistical Support Service [RASSS]