Trinh Duong, Senior Statistician
Trinh is a medical statistician with over 20 years experience, working across clinical trials, observational cohort studies and individual-patient-data meta-analyses. She has worked on UK and international studies in a range of disease areas, including TB, paediatric HIV and prostate cancer.
She recently joined the unit TB programme and is currently working on trials of TB prevention. She is the lead statistician on TB-CHAMP, which is assessing preventative therapy in child contacts of multidrug-resistant TB in South Africa, and RID-TB, a program of work packages to improve the detection and treatment of latent TB infection in the UK.
Langley RE, Gilbert DC, Duong T, et al. Transdermal oestradiol for androgen suppression in prostate cancer: Long-term cardiovascular outcomes from the randomised Prostate Adenocarcinoma Transcutaneous Hormone (PATCH) Trials Programme. Lancet 2021;397: 581–91.
Gilbert D*, Duong T*, Kynaston HG, et al. (* joint first authorship). Quality of life outcomes from the PATCH trial evaluating LHRH agonists versus transdermal oestradiol for androgen suppression in advanced prostate cancer. BJU International 2017;119:667–675.
Langley RE, Kynaston HG, Alhasso AA, Duong T, et al. A randomised Comparison Evaluating Changes in Bone Mineral Density in Advanced Prostate Cancer: Luteinising Hormone-releasing Hormone Agonists Versus Transdermal Oestradiol. European Urology 2016;69(6):1016-25.
Duong T, Judd A, Collins IC, et al. Long-term virological outcome in children on antiretroviral therapy in the UK and Ireland. AIDS 2014;28(16):2395-405.
Bunupuradah T*, Duong T*, Compagnucci A, et al. (* joint first authorship). Outcomes after reinitiating antiretroviral therapy in children randomized to planned treatment interruption. AIDS 2013:27(4):579-89.
Design and analysis of clinical trials