Dr Orlaith Burke
Órlaith is a Senior Statistician at NDPH involved in research, teaching and consultancy. Her research focuses on statistical analyses in the context of maternal health, geriatric care and radiological protection. She is particularly interested in analysis of seasonal behaviour and hierarchical models for complex data structures. She is a lecturer on the MSc in Global Health Sciences, Statistical Advisor for NDPH researchers and DPhil Students and a Statistical Consultant with Oxford University Consulting.
[94-OR]: Extending the scope of individual patient data meta-analyses: Merging algorithms for biomarker measurements from heterogeneous laboratory platforms. The CoLAB Preeclampsia angiogenic factor study.
Burke O. et al, (2015), Pregnancy Hypertens, 5, 50 - 51
Single- or two-stage revision for infected total hip arthroplasty? A systematic review of the literature.
Leonard HA. et al, (2014), Clin Orthop Relat Res, 472, 1036 - 1042
Maternal circulating PlGF concentrations and placenta-related pregnancy complications: First results from the CoLab AngF Study.
Staff AC. et al, (2013), Pregnancy Hypertens, 3
Regional variation of seasonal correction factors for indoor radon levels
Burke O. and Murphy P., (2011), Radiation Measurements, 46, 1168 - 1172
The use of volunteer radon measurements for radon mapping purposes: an examination of sampling bias issues.
Burke O. and Murphy P., (2011), J Radiol Prot, 31, 319 - 328