I graduated with a Master of Science in Biostatistics from the Harvard Chan School of Public Health. I have since gained significant collaborative experience at both academic and biomedical research institutions in the America and UK.
I am a Trial Statistician at the Pragmatic Clinical Trials Unit within the Centre for Evaluation Methods. I am also a Specialist Advisor (Statistics) at Research Design Service London where we support academics, clinicians, health and social care professionals to develop high-quality research proposals for funding.
I am keen on establishing collaborative work with a larger goal of developing prevention and treatment strategies which are efficacious and culturally relevant. My research interests are in:
- Study design
- Application of statistical and epidemiological methods on complex data structures including longitudinal data
- Evaluation of surrogate endpoints as risk factors for disease progression
- Causal Inference