Janet L Peacock, PhD
Professor of Epidemiology
Professor of Biomedical Data Science
Emeritus Professor of Medical Statistics King's College London, UK
Biomedical Data Science
PhD University of London, UK 1989
Department of Epidemiology
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Lebanon NH 03756
Office: Rubin 888
Janet is Biostatistician whose main research interests are in the use and extensions of statistical methods in epidemiological studies, and the communication of biostatistics to non-statisticians. Her clinical research interests are in pediatrics, especially preterm birth, cancer and long-term conditions. Her main methodological interest is in making outcomes clinically meaningful and accessible to non-statisticians. She has written three biostatistics books for non-statistical researchers including the 'Oxford Handbook of Medical Statistics', 'Presenting Medical Statistics'' both of which are in 2nd editions. She previously led biostatistics at King's College London and now holds an Emeritus position there.
Effect of a Home-Based, Walking Exercise Behavior Change Intervention vs Usual Care on Walking in Adults With Peripheral Artery Disease: The MOSAIC Randomized Clinical Trial.
Longitudinal changes in lung function in very prematurely born young people receiving high-frequency oscillation or conventional ventilation from birth.
Assessing tobacco smoke exposure in pregnancy from self-report, urinary cotinine and NNAL: a validation study using the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study.
Randomized controlled pilot trial with ion-exchange water softeners to prevent eczema (SOFTER trial).
Minimal clinically important difference in means in vulnerable populations: challenges and solutions.
Exploring the determinants of ethnic differences in insulin clearance between men of Black African and White European ethnicity.
Associations Between Maternal Depression, Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy, and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes: An Individual Participant Data Meta-analysis.
FENETRE study: quality-assured follow-up of quiescent neovascular age-related macular degeneration by non-medical practitioners: study protocol and statistical analysis plan for a randomised controlled trial.
Adiponectin is associated with insulin sensitivity in white European men but not black African men.