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Oliver Redfern


Clinical Researcher

Oliver is a post-doctoral researcher in the Critical Care Research Group (CCRG), based in the Kadoorie centre. His primary research interest is in developing effective systems to identify and optimise the management of patients who acutely deteriorate on hospital wards.

He works on the Hospital Alerting via Electronic Noticeboard (HAVEN), which uses statistical and machine learning techniques to improve the identification of deteriorating patients. He also leads the statistical modelling workstream for an NIHR-funded project to derive evidence-based protocols for vital sign monitoring in hospitals.

Prior to working in the CCRG, Oliver undertook a PhD and post-doctoral work in protein bioinformatics with Professor Christine Orengo FRS at University College London. He then trained in medicine at the University of London before completing foundation training in south London. After working in clinical outcomes research at the University of Portsmouth, he joined the CCRG in June 2018.

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