Gillian Raab is an applied statistician whose fields of application are chiefly in medical and social statistics. Her methodological interests include survey research, methods for dealing with missing data and various aspects of the design and analysis of clinical trials. A recent ESRC supported project has been the PEAS web site to help researchers to analyse social survey data with methods appropriate to the survey design.
Raab GM and Parpia T (2001) Random effects models for HIV marker data – practical approaches with currently available software Statistical Methods in Medical Research 10, 101-116
Wight D, Raab G, Henderson M, Abraham C, Buston K, Hart G and Scott S (2002) Limits of teacher delivered sex education: interim behavioural outcomes from randomised trial British Medical Journal324, 1430
Raab GM and Butcher I (2005) Randomized inference for balanced cluster-randomised trials Clinical Trials 2: 130-140
Raab GM, Davies JA and Salter AB (2004) Designing follow-up intervals Statistics in Medicine 23, 3125-3137