About Dr Angela Webster

Angela is a Nephrologist and Transplant Physician and Clinical Epidemiologist, having trained in England, Scotland and Australia. She studied Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Sydney, and was awarded a PhD in 2006 for her thesis “Immunosuppression and Malignancy in End Stage Kidney Disease”. Angela’s areas of research interest include the critical exploration of randomized trial methodology, the application of advanced statistical concepts in meta-analysis, the manipulation and analysis of large datasets, the methods and application of linkage of large national databases, and design and interpretation of cohort studies. She is interested in the interaction of chronic diseases, and in particular the implications for diagnosis and treatment of having more than one chronic disease. She teaches postgraduate students in the Clinical Epidemiology program

Selected publications

Angela’s background and interests can be seen on her FMH academic profile, see here.
Anyone interested in any areas of her research activity is welcome to get in touch to discuss opportunities.