Senior data analyst
Data analytics team | Improvement analytics unit (IAU)
Geraldine works in the Improvement Analytics Unit.
Her current projects include the quantitative evaluation of the causal impact of healthcare interventions implemented as part of the NHS New Care Models programme. Prior to joining the Health Foundation, Geraldine worked as a senior researcher in statistical genetics in the Big Data Institute, and the Welcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, at the University of Oxford.
At Oxford, she was involved in a variety of multi-centre and international large-scale projects for the analysis of genetic, clinical and environmental data in both genetic and epidemiological population-based studies of various diseases. Geraldine studied mathematics at the University of Oxford and has a PhD in statistics from Stanford University.
Interests and memberships
Geraldine is a keen runner and enjoys cooking, reading, spending time with her family and playing the piano.
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