Miss Yeunhyang Choi
BSc (Statistics) BSc (Hons)(Statistics) MSc (Statistics), University of Auckland
Catherine (Yeun-Hyang) attended University of Auckland for her Master of Science in Statistics. She then joined the Department of Statistics of UoA as a data analyst/statistical consultant in 2016. She is currently working with Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal study and the VIEW (Vascular Informatics using Epidemiology and the Web) team to provide additional support with data management and statistical analysis.
Catherine is a consultant within the Department of Statistics Statistical Consulting Centre.
Areas of expertise
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Selak, V., Jackson, R., Poppe, K., Wu, B., Harwood, M., Grey, C., ... Kerr, A. (2019). Personalized Prediction of Cardiovascular Benefits and Bleeding Harms From Aspirin for Primary Prevention: A Benefit-Harm Analysis. Annals of internal medicine10.7326/m19-1132
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Rod Jackson, Vanessa Selak, Katrina Poppe, Matire Harwood, Suneela Mehta, Susan Wells
- Ni Mhurchu, C., Eyles, H., & Choi, Y.-H. (2017). Effects of a voluntary front-of-pack nutrition labelling system on packaged food reformulation: The health star rating system in New Zealand. Nutrients, 9 (8)10.3390/nu9080918
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Cliona Ni Mhurchu, Helen Eyles
- Choi, Y. H. (2015). Femoral Fractures among Older Adults in New Zealand 2000-2013: Trends, Exercise programmes and Earthquakes The University of Auckland. ResearchSpace@Auckland.