Interview with Paul Terrill
Do you think, you have nothing to add to a statistical conference? Are you afraid of sharing your achievements?
Do you wonder, why you should put in the effort on top of your day-to-day job?
All these thoughts and questions will be addressed in this episode with Paul Terrill, the chair of the scientific committee of PSI.
Beyond the questions above, we will also talk about the logistics and practical tips on how to submit your abstract and to become a speaker at next years conference.
About Paul Terrill
Paul Terrill is a Director in Strategic Consulting at Cytel, an international Contract Research Organization. Paul started his career working as a statistician in the agrochemical industry at Jealott’s Hill, Berkshire before becoming a statistical trainer for SAS.
He moved into the pharmaceutical industry in 2005 and primarily provides support to biotech and small pharmaceutical companies who lack in-house statistical expertise.
Paul worries about multiplicity, missing values, adaptive designs, Bayesian methods, CDISC and, in fact, pretty much everything! Paul has been on the PSI scientific committee since 2014 and became the committee chair in 2017.
He holds a BSc in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth and a PhD in Statistics from the University of Kent, Canterbury