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Anouska Riahi

BSc, MSc, PhD

Medical Statistician

Anouska undertook her BSc, MSc and PhD at University College London, developing academic expertise in the areas of statistics, economics, engineering, and bio-mechanics. Working at Nature Journals fuelled her passion to take her academic research to the next level, and Anouska subsequently pursued a role at the University of Oxford as a Health Economist in both the AToME and MAEMOD groups. Here, she studied the cost-effectiveness of malaria interventions supporting decision-making in South East Asia. Currently she is a Medical Statistician in the Clinical Trials Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit (CTSU). Anouska actively takes on teaching opportunities in the areas of economics, mathematics and health-related disciplines hoping to further both research and teaching paths professionally.