Dr Philip Clare (PhD, MBiostats) is a biostatistician and epidemiologist, specialising in the alcohol and other behavioural risk factors and their effects on health. He has a particular interest in the initiation of alcohol in adolescents, and the emergence of risky and other behaviours and their short and long-term effects. He is currently a biostatistician at the Prevention Research Collaboration in the Charles Perkins Centre, UNSW Sydney.
He completed his PhD in 2020 in Epidemiology/Applied Statistics at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, and his Masters in Biostatistics at the University of Sydney in 2015. He has over seven years of experience as a consulting biostatistician at UNSW Sydney and the University of Sydney.
Adjunct Lecturer, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Sydney
Biostatistician, Prevention Research Collaboration, The University of Sydney
Research Fellow - Biostatistics, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Sydney
Biostatistician, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Sydney
UNSW Sydney, Doctor of Philosophy
The University of Sydney, Master of Biostatistics
Grants and Contracts
A Phase III randomised placebo-controlled trial of mirtazapine as a pharmacotherapy for methamphetamine (“Ice”) dependence