Lisa Lix

Bio

Dr. Lisa Lix is a Professor of Biostatistics and Tier I Canada Research Chair at the University of Manitoba. She is also Director of the Data Science Platform within the George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation; the Data Science Platform is home to 25 staff, students, and faculty with expertise in clinical research data, biostatistics, and bioinformatics. Dr. Lix’s areas of research expertise include health services research methods, statistical methods to evaluate the quality of administrative health databases, the analysis of repeated measures and longitudinal data, and statistical methods for patient-reported outcomes. She collaborates widely on projects about population health and the association between chronic disease, prescription drug use, and quality of life.  Dr. Lix has extensive experience working with administrative health databases from multiple Canadian provinces and this has provided her with unique insights into new methodological research opportunities. She is a research scientist with the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy. Dr. Lix has been actively participating in Canadian Network for Observational Drug Effect Studies (CNODES) since July 2011.  Since her involvement, she served as the methods liaison on several studies and is a member of the Training and Methods Teams.  In October 2019, Dr. Lix was appointed lead of the CNODES Database Team and member of the CNODES Steering Committee.

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