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Mr Patrick Rockenschaub
222 Euston Road
  • Research Assistant
  • Institute of Health Informatics
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

Patrick Rockenschaub is a third year PhD student in Health Data Science and research assistant at the Institute of Health Informatics. He obtained an BSc in Economics from the Vienna University of Economics and Business, took additional courses in computer science at the Vienna University of Technology, and gained a MSc in Health Data Science at UCL. Prior to coming to London, Patrick worked in management consulting in Vienna.

Research Summary

Patrick currently uses large-scale, real world medical data to optimise the use of antibiotics across healthcare settings. Patrick's research interests range from automatic data quality assessment to machine learning, but he is particularly interested in developing and applying novel methods to generate insights from routine, longitudinal medical data.

Teaching Summary

Patrick teaches on a number of statistical and epidemiological MSc modules at the Institute for Health Informatics. Patrick has also been accepted in this autumn terms UCL Arena One Teaching Associate Programme.

Academic Background
2016   Master of Science University College London
2015   Bachelor of Science Universitat Wien
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