• Associate Professor Lyle Gurrin

Lyle Gurrin is a teaching and research academic in biostatistics who is a CI and, in one case, PI on several large, international, multidisciplinary studies of health and disease in both early life (infant food allergy, childhood adversity and wellbeing) and later years (hereditary haemochromatosis, men’s health). He promotes the sound practice of statistical reasoning by teaching short courses and classes of postgraduate students, and has methodological interests in the analysis of longitudinal and correlated data.

He has an emerging profile in the world of causal inference, but neither he nor the methods he’s developing are revolutionary.