Master of Biostatistics, 2009, The University of Sydney.
Doctor of Philosophy, 2007, The University of Sydney.
Bachelor of Science (Honours), 2001, The University of Queensland.
Dr Kris Rogers is a biostatistician with 11 years of experience in health and medical research. He is currently Senior Biostatistician at The George Institute for Global Health where he provides expertise in biostatistics to our researcher in clinical and public health research. Kris has demonstrated success in applied biostatistics across a variety of areas and study designs. In the past 3 years he has achieved publications in high impact journals such as The New England Journal of Medicine,The Lancet, BMJ and PLoS Medicine. He's experienced with a range of study designs including complex surveys, cohort studies, population-based studies, longitudinal analyses and clinical trials.
Dr Rogers has a particular interest in using large linked routinely-collected health datasets to understand how behaviour and healthcare use affects mortality and morbidity in people with chronic disease.