Mr Christopher Sexton


School of Dentistry
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

Senior Biostatistician

UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
+61 7 336 58030


As a biostatistician with expertise in dental public health, Christopher is interested in updating the evidence on the impact of policies on oral health and promoting evidence-based dentistry. His research has focused on the effectiveness of water fluoridation in Queensland and its impact on oral epidemiology. Christopher has extensive experience in the application of statistical methods, including designing sampling methods, quantitative data analysis methods, geospatial analysis, statistical programming, data visualization, and multi-level data analysis.

Christopher's research themes are centred around water fluoridation policy in Queensland and oral epidemiology, and dental initiatives such as the Child Dental Benefits Schedule. He is committed to advancing the field of dental public health and promoting the use of evidence-based policies to improve oral health outcomes for individuals and communities.


  • Master of Biostatistics, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Education (Secondary), Qld. UT


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