Katie is a Visiting Researcher with the Health Economics Group where she has worked on consulting projects with the WHO's Global Malaria Programme and The Global Fund. She was previously Research Assistant in the NTD Epidemiology Research Group, part of the London Centre for Neglected Tropical Disease Research, where she focused primarily on compliance to anthelmintic treatment and played a key role in setting up one of the biggest de-worming trials in Kenya.
Prior to returning to Imperial, Katie worked for a small research and evaluation consultancy where she conducted mixed methods research for a range of clients in the humanitarian and development sectors. Her previous country experience includes Togo, The Gambia, Kenya, Liberia, DRC, Tanzania and Southeast Asia.
Katie is also co-founder of a digital health start-up which aims to reduce loneliness and social isolation for those in long-term care through immersive video calling. She holds a Master's in Public Health from Imperial College London, and a BSc in 'Medicine, Health & Society' and French from Vanderbilt University.
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