I completed an MSc in epidemiology at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and a BSc in pharmacology and economics at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Prior to joining the School, I worked at McGill Global Health Programs, and the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) in Hamilton, Canada. My previous research experience has focused mainly on health services research for cardiovascular disease in various countries.
I am currently involved with several pharmacoepidemiology projects at the School, investigating adverse events associated with antibiotics and antihypertensives using data from general practices and hospitals throughout the UK. In addition, I am working with data from the UK National Chronic Kidney Disease Audit to understand processes of cardiovascular care in patients with chronic kidney disease. I am also involved with a health services implementation study based in India and several countries in Africa aiming to improve stroke services in low-resource settings.