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Biography

Jessica Kasza is a senior lecturer in biostatistics in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University. After completing a PhD in 2010 at the University of Adelaide, she spent time at the University of Copenhagen, before returning to the University of Adelaide. She has been at Monash University since 2013. She leads the development of statistical methodology for longitudinal cluster randomised trials, including the stepped wedge and cluster cross over designs. She also has interests in the comparison of healthcare providers and causal inference. In her role as President of the Statistical Society of Australia, Jessica is keen to ensure that the Australian statistical community is safe, welcoming and inclusive.

Research interests

I'm interested in developing theory for longitudinal cluster randomised trials, causal inference, and healthcare provider comparison. Within the area of longitudinal cluster randomised trials, I'm interested in developing more accurate within-cluster correlation structures, more efficient trial designs, and developing causal inference methodology for cluster randomised trials. 

Education/Academic qualification

Statistics, PhD, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 1 Mar 2010

Statistics , Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences (Honours), University of Adelaide

Award Date: 15 Dec 2005

Statistics, Pure Mathematics, Bachelor of Science in the School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 21 Dec 2004

Research area keywords

  • Biostatistics
  • causal inference
  • Cluster randomised trials
  • stepped wedge
  • healthcare provider comparison

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