Surain Roberts AB, PhD CandidatePhD Candidate, Health Services Research (Outcomes & Evaluations), IHPME, University of Toronto; Co-Investigator, Canadian Network for Autoimmune Liver disease, Toronto Centre for Liver Disease, University Health Network, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Surain Roberts is a health outcomes researcher and applied biostatistician with expertise in research design, statistical programming, and biological sciences. He is currently completing his doctoral studies in Health Services Research at the University of Toronto. He is a Co-Investigator with the Canadian Network for Autoimmune Liver disease (CaNAL), where he studies Primary Biliary Cholangitis with a focus on effectiveness of new therapies, prognostication, and associations between ethnicity and disease severity/quality of life. Surain graduated from the University of Chicago with an AB in Biological Sciences specializing in Endocrinology. He also serves as a freelance consultant providing support for statistical analyses, data processing, and randomised clinical trials. He aims to contribute to decision making in healthcare through data-driven evidence.