I have been teaching in higher education since 2001. I have completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education and is a recognized Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and a University of London Worldwide Recognised Tutor.
I have designed, taught and coordinated undergraduate and graduate courses in biostatistics, epidemiology, genetics and research methods, among others. I have taught and coordinated seminars, workshops and training courses including training in health economics, computer applications in health data analysis and clinical trials at the University of Philippines, University of Göttingen, University of Oxford and Imperial College London. I have also advised and co-/supervised undergraduate and graduate students and sat as thesis panel member and examiner.
My current academic involvement includes teaching and tutoring students in statistical analysis and clinical trials. I have been involved in teaching in the Global Health Module (BSc Medical Biosciences), Introduction to Statistical Thinking and Data Analysis (Master of Public Health), Statistics for Cancer Studies (MRes Cancer Biology) and Statistics for Biomarkers in Early Clinical Trials (BSc Cancer Frontiers) at Imperial College London. At Newcastle University, I am involved in teaching Health Statistics (HSC8036) and Research Skills and Principles for the Biosciences (MMB8100 / MMB8101) and supervising postgraduate students.