Dr Stephen Wright’s main research interest is the intersection between modern statistical methods and applied science.
He thinks about how longitudinal observational data (or administrative data) might be used to answer causal-relationship type questions, particularly where the analogous randomised experiment is infeasible or unethical.
His analysis expertise include applying generalised linear mixed models, competing risk regression, and data linkage methods.
Invited talks, refereed proceedings and other conference outputs
Tilley, D. M., Griggs E., Hoy J., Wright ST., Woolley I., Burke M., et al.
(2015). Treatment and disease outcomes of migrants from low- and middle-income countries in the Australian HIV Observational Database cohort. AIDS Care. 27(11), 1410-1417. doi: 10.1080/09540121.2015.1113227
Wright, ST., Law M. G., Cooper D. A., Keen P., McDonald A., Middleton M., et al.
(2015). Temporal trends of time to antiretroviral treatment initiation, interruption and modification: examination of patients diagnosed with advanced HIV in Australia. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 18(1), doi: 10.7448/IAS.18.1.19463
Templeton, D. J., Wright ST., McManus H., Lawrence C., Russell D. B., Law M. G., et al.
(2015). Antiretroviral treatment use, co-morbidities and clinical outcomes among Aboriginal participants in the Australian HIV Observational Database (AHOD). BMC Infectious Diseases. 15(1), doi: 10.1186/s12879-015-1051-4
Petoumenos, K., Watson J., Whittaker B., Hoy J., Smith D., Bastian L., et al.
(2015). Subsidized optimal ART for HIV-positive temporary residents of Australia improves virological outcomes: results from the Australian HIV Observational Database Temporary Residents Access Study. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 18(1), doi: 10.7448/IAS.18.1.19392