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Hamish Innes

Hamish is a Research Fellow at Glasgow Caledonian University, School of Health and Life Sciences. He is also a Medical Research Foundation viral hepatitis Fellow and hold honorary positions at the University of Nottingham (honorary assistant professor) and Public Health Scotland (Honorary Epidemiologist). His background is in epidemiology, biostatistics and genetics. He is interested in prediction modelling for patients with chronic liver disease, particularly with respect tohepatocellular carcinoma. In the DeLIVER program Hamish will be contributing to the statistical design and analysis of the Pearl and SeLiNa cohorts.