Senior Data Analyst, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)
I am a meticulous and results-driven statistical professional with over 8 years’ experience working in demographic, health and poverty dynamics research in Africa, with a combination of longitudinal and cross-sectional data auditing and analytical skills using SAS, Stata and Nesstar. I hold a MPH in Biostatistics & Environmental and Occupational health from Emory University, USA and a BA from Lawrence University, USA. My research interests are in the following areas: longitudinal data auditing and analysis, categorical data auditing and analysis, survival data analysis, joint modeling of time-to-event and longitudinal health outcomes. My current research work involves the project management of the longitudinal Nairobi Urban Health and Demographic Surveillance System and the auditing and statistical analysis of the resulting data.