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I joined PenCLAHRC in January 2016 to support various projects in Health Services Research. My research interests are based around public health interventions to improve access to health care services for underserved populations. My expertise is in evaluations of new tools and approaches for infectious disease control. Before joining the University of Plymouth, I worked for KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation and the World Health Organization as technical advisor on tuberculosis diagnostics. I supported various countries in Africa, Central Asia and South East Asia with the implementation and evaluation of new laboratory procedures. My previous research includes patient cohort trials, cost-effectiveness studies, multi-country surveys, systematic reviews and qualitative work.
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University of Plymouth
Areas of expertise
Health intervention research, diagnostics, infectious diseases
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