Dr Michelle Clements, SCI’s Senior Biostatistician, joined in May 2014. Michelle has a background in mathematics and statistics with an emphasis on the data analysis of ecological studies. Following her PhD in Evolutionary Ecology at Edinburgh University, Michelle spent two years working as a biostatistician in agriculture before transferring to epidemiology with SCI. Michelle’s role focuses on the design of data collection methods, and the analysis of the resulting datasets, particularly in relation to mapping and M&E activities.
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