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Edmund holds a PhD in Computational Statistics from Bristol University. As a Senior Research Manager in the Research and Thought Leadership Division, he is involved in research activities related to detection of malpractice and computer-based tests. In addition, he provides expertise in quantitative research methods for benchmarking and impact assessment projects for governmental education ministries.
Prior to joining Cambridge Assessment English, Edmund worked in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care at Cambridge University on statistical modelling of cardiovascular disease. He has also worked in Japan as an English teacher and a translator.
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