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Why do people with heart failure go back to hospital? That is one of the questions exercising Oxford statistician Jennifer Rogers. She will be talking about her research at the next meeting of Wallingford Science Exchange, Tuesday 10 July at 7.30 pm, at Wallingford School Library.

Dr Rogers will share the challenges of developing innovative statistical approaches and obtaining regulatory approval in this vital area of healthcare.

She has a busy research programme focused on statistical methodology, developing new statistical methods for the analysis of large-scale clinical trials. Dr Rogers is also Vice President of the Royal Statistical Society, and can be found talking all things statistics in schools, theatres and pubs, and sometimes on TV and radio as well.

Science Exchange Wallingford’s meetings are very informal. Speakers talk for about half an hour, with a break for refreshments followed by a question and answer session. The support of local company Triaster, Wallingford School and the generosity of speakers ensures that each event is free to attend. Wallingford Science Exchange is part of the Café Scientifique network. (

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