Christopher Marshall is a researcher at Newcastle University. His interests include evidence synthesis methods, randomised trials, mental health, and machine learning. Chris is the developer and co-editor of the Systematic Review Toolbox.
Chris is Co-investigator on a research project sponsored by the World Health Organization, which involves an expanded systematic review of economic evaluations of interventions to prevent and control hospital-acquired infections. He is also the lead researcher on a project funded by the NIHR to investigate interventions to increase organ donation rates in people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Chris is an experienced researcher, consultant and teacher. He has led and contributed to many evidence synthesis projects across health and social care for both public and private sector industries.
PhD Computer Science, 2015
BSc (Honours) Computer Science, 2012