Nicholas is a researcher and DPhil student at the EBM DataLab working on topics in research integrity, with a focus on trials transparency and conflict of interest. Prior to joining the EBM DataLab he worked at Columbia University’s Center on Medicine as a Profession in New York studying the impact of the Physician Payments Sunshine Act. He also has experience working in and with the pharmaceutical industry. Nicholas completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University and his MPH in Health Policy and Administration at the Yale School of Public Health. He is currently reading for a DPhil in the department as Naji Foundation Scholar at Kellogg College.
Nick is especially interested in thinking about ways to mix the qualitative and quantitative in order to deliver comprehensive and compelling results.
For more information:
Mathur R. et al, (2021), The Lancet, 397, 1711 - 1724
Ains A. et al, (2021)
Schultze A. et al, (2021), Wellcome Open Research, 6, 90 - 90
E-cigarette manufacturers’ compliance with clinical trial reporting expectations: a case series of registered trials by Juul Labs, Inc.
DEVITO N. et al, (2021), Tobacco Control
Evaluation of compliance with legal requirements under the FDA Amendments Act 2007 for timely registration of clinical trials, data verification, delayed reporting, and trial document submission
DEVITO N. and GOLDACRE B., (2021), JAMA Internal Medicine