An overview of publications, presentations and press articles relating to this research programme

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On the survival of individuals diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus in the United Kingdom: A retrospective matched cohort study Publication  April 2022 Ncube, N., Kulinskaya, E., Steel, N., Pchejetski, D.
The effect of hormone replacement therapy on the survival of UK women: a retrospective cohort study 1984 - 2017 Publication  Nov 2021 Akter, N., Kulinskaya, E., Steel, N., Bakbergenuly, I.
Documentation of mylongevity Documentation Oct 2021 Bakbergenuly, I., Kulinskaya, E.,
International Conference on Actuarial Science. Survival analysis after a first ischaemic stroke event: a case-control study in the adult population of England Presentation Sept 2021 Chutoo, P., Kulinskaya, E., Bakbergenuly, I., Steel, N., Pchejetski, D.
Family Medicine and Community Health Blog. Do statins reduce mortality in older people? Findings from a longitudinal study using primary care records Publication June 2021 Gitsels, L. A., Kulinskaya, E.
Actuarial teachers and researchers conference 2021, University College Dublin. Survival Analysis of Big Health Data in Actuarial Research Presentation June 2021 Kulinskaya, E.
Actuarial teachers and researchers conference 2021, University College Dublin. On the Survival of Diabetes Type II individuals in the UK Presentation June 2021 Ncube, N.
Actuarial teachers and researchers conference 2021, University College Dublin. Hormone Replacement Therapy and its long-term impact on the survival of women in the United Kingdom Presentation June 2021 Akter, N.
Actuarial teachers and researchers conference 2021, University College Dublin. Survival after Transient Ischaemic Attack in England : A retrospective analysis Presentation June 2021 Chutoo, P.
Family Medicine and Community Health Journal. Do statins reduce mortality in older people? Findings from a longitudinal study using primary care records Publication May 2021 Gitsels, L. A., Bakbergenuly, I., Steel N. and Kulinskaya, E.
SyncNorwich. MyLongevity Startup Pitch Presentation Dec 2020 Kulinskaya, E., Bakergenuly, I., Oastler, G., Gitsels, L.A.
IME. Dynamic hazards modelling for predictive longevity risk assessment Publication Nov 2020 Kulinskaya, E., Gitsels, L.A., Bakergenuly, I., Wright, N.R.
IME. Calculation of changes in life expectancy based on proportional hazards model of an intervention Publication Apr 2020 Kulinskaya, E., Gitsels, L.A., Bakergenuly, I., Wright, N.R.
MyLongevity App  App  Oct 2020 Kulinskaya, E., Bakergenuly, I.
R package - MyLongevity App App Oct 2020 Kulinskaya, E., Bakergenuly, I.

The University of East Anglia – Post Graduate Research – Poster day Ischaemic stroke

Poster Oct 2020
Chutoo, P.,
Kulinskaya, E.,
Steel, N.,
Bakbergenuly, I.,
Pshezhetskiy, D.

The University of East Anglia – Post Graduate Research – Poster day Diabetic Mellitus II

Poster Oct 2020
Ncube, N.,
Kulinskaya, E. 

The University of East Anglia – Post Graduate Research – Poster day Hormone Replacement Therapy - poster/abstract

Poster/Abstract Oct 2020
Akter, N.,
Kulinskaya, E.,
Steel, N. 
Mortality & Longevity Webinar Series Towards Precision Insurance: dynamic hazards modelling in Big Data  Presentation July 2020 Kulinskaya, E.
A Fine Scale - The Actuary magazine  Article  May 2020
Kulinskaya, E., Bakergenuly, I., Gitsels, L.A
Online International Conference in Actuarial science, data science and finance (OICA) Presentation April 2020
Akter, N.,
Bakbergenuly, I.,
Steel, N.,
Kulinskaya, E.

Technical Workshop: Beyond Proportional Hazards 

 
 
Presentation - slides
Code 
Data set
Oct 2019 Big Health & Actuarial Data Research Team
Royal Statistical Society conference. Landmark analyses of survival benefit of associated with statin prescription   Presentation Sept 2019 Bakbergenuly, I.
Insurance Data Science Conference. Use of administrative health databases for modelling longevity improvement   Presentation June 2019 Kulinskaya, E., Bakbergenuly, I., Gitsels, L. A
Journal of Hypertension. Optimal systolic blood pressure targets in routine clinical care  Publication April 2019 Gitsels, L.A., Kulinskaya, E., Bakergenuly, I., Steel, N.
Abstract of IFoA sessional. How medical advances and health interventions will shape future longevity Publication Mar 2019 Gitsels, L.A., Kulinskaya, E., Wright, N.
British Actuarial Journal. How medical advances and health interventions will shape future longevity Publication Mar 2019 Gitsels, L.A., Kulinskaya, E., Wright, N.
ARC Annual Webinar Series 2018. Use of Big Health and Actuarial Data for understanding Longevity and Morbidity Presentation Sept 2018 Kulinskaya, E., Wright N.
The Actuary. Statins: Figures on the pulse Publication Aug 2018 Gitsels, L.A., Kulinskaya, E.
Evidence for LSE-Lancet Commission ‘The Future of the NHS’ IFoA response to London School of Economics and The Lancet Commission Publication July 2018 Kulinskaya, E

29th International Biometric Conference. The ideal blood pressure: assessment of fixed and variant targets over time in clinical trial and routine clinical practice

Presentation - slides July 2018 Gitsels, L.A.
Review of the Impact of Diabetes Mellitus II on Longevity and Morbidity Risk

Working Paper

June 2018 Ncube, N.
Review of Stroke Mortality and Morbidity in United Kingdom Working Paper June 2018 Chutoo, P.

IFoA Sessional. How medical advances and health interventions will shape future longevity

Presentation - slides June 2018 Gitsels, L.A., Kulinskaya, E., Wright, N.

International Congress of Actuaries. Role of medical advances in population longevity improvement. A case study on statins.

Presentation - slides June 2018

Gitsels, L.A., Kulinskaya, E., Steel, N., Wright, N.

Presentation - slides

May 2018 Hand, D.

IFoA Impact Workshop. Big Health and Actuarial Data: Overview

Presentation - slides

May 2018 Kulinskaya, E.

IFoA Impact Workshop. Big Health and Actuarial Data: Case Study (health)

Presentation - slides

May 2018 Steel, N.
IFoA Impact Workshop. Big Health and Actuarial Data: Case Study (actuarial) Presentation - slides May 2018 Wright, N.

IFoA Impact Workshop. Medical advances and the changing role of real-world evidence

Presentation - slides May 2018 Bouvy, J.

IFoA Impact Workshop. Setting mortality assumptions for the National Population Projections

Presentation - slides May 2018 Sanders, S.
IFoA Impact Workshop. Recent global mortality trends and their business relevance for insurers Presentation - slides May 2018 Lu, J.
2018 PRC Symposium on The Disruptive Impact of FinTech on Retirement Systems. How Medical Advances and Health Interventions Will Shape Future Longevity Presentation - slides May 2018 Kulinskaya, E.

IFoA Life Conference. Modelling Longevity Risks From the Primary Care Data

Presentation - slides Nov 2017

Kulinskaya, E., Gitsels, L. A.

IFoA Networking Event. Update on the findings of the research programme so far and future direction

Presentation Sept 2017 Gitsels, L. A., Kulinskaya, E., Steel N.
Royal Statistical Society 2017 Annual Conference. Intensive blood pressure targets in clinical trial versus primary care setting Presentation - slides Sept 2017 Bakbergenuly I.

38th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics.Outcomes of blood pressure targets in clinical trial versus primary care setting

Presentation - slides July 2017 Gitsels, L. A., Kulinskaya, E., Bakbergenuly I., Steel N.
ARC Annual Webinar. Use of Big Health and Actuarial Data for understanding Longevity and Morbidity Presentation - webinar June 2017 Kulinskaya, E., Wright N.
Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis International Society Conference. Effect of Statin Prescription on Individual and on Population Life expectancy Presentation June 2017 Gitsels, L. A., Kulinskaya, E., Bakbergenuly I.

Statistics and Data Science in the Digital Age Seminar. Making sense of big healthcare data – analysing longevity

Presentation - slides Mar 2017 Gitsels, L. A.
British Medical Journal. Survival prospects after acute myocardial infarction in the United Kingdom: a matched cohort study 1987-2011 Publication Jan 2017 Gitsels, L. A., Kulinskaya, E., Steel, N.

Longevity Bulletin Issue 9. Use of big health and actuarial data for understanding longevity and morbidity risk

Publication Dec 2016 Kulinskaya, E., Gitsels, L. A.

PLoS ONE. Survival benefits of statins for primary prevention

Publication Nov 2016 Gitsels, L. A., Kulinskaya, E., Steel, N.

Session at the International Mortality and Longevity Symposium. Use of routinely collected primary care data to model longevity and longevity improvement

Presentation - slides

Sept 2016 Gitsels, L. A., Kulinskaya, E.
Plenary talk at the International Mortality and Longevity Symposium. Obtaining public data for public purposes

Presentation - slides

Sept 2016 Kulinskaya, E.
The 51st Actuarial Research Conference. Use of large population-based primary care data to model variations and trends in life expectancy

Presentation - slides

July 2016 Kulinskaya, E., Wright N.
The 51st Actuarial Research Conference. Statistical Problems in Big Data

Presentation - slides

July 2016 Kulinskaya, E.
IFoA Data Science Universe event. Use of Big Data For Actuarial Research on Longevity

Presentation - slides

May 2016 Kulinskaya, E., Wright N.
The Telegraph. Scientists and insurers develop 'death clock' to predict when customers will die Press Mar 2016 The Telegraph

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