Fiona Grimm Principal Data Analyst

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Fiona is a Principal Data Analyst. 

Fiona works across projects using analytics to gain new insights into health and care quality, but also has a particular interest in patient pathways and new analytical approaches.

Prior to joining the Health Foundation in 2018, Fiona worked as a researcher at The Francis Crick Institute, studying how cancer cells generate energy and use nutrients with the aim to identify novel therapeutic opportunities.

Fiona has a MSc in Biochemistry from ETH Zurich and a PhD in Biochemistry from University College London.


A list of Fiona's publications can be found on Google Scholar.

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