Biostatistician, City of Hope
Throughout her educational career Nadia has been interested in chronic disease and cancer epidemiology. After receiving her MPH in Biostatistics and Epidemiology from USC, she has been working as a biostatistician at the City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, focusing on projects that explore risks factors for breast and gynecologic cancers. One of her main roles has been to maximize the reach and value of the data that study participants have provided. By working jointly with the scientists, researchers, and collaborating institutes, Nadia ensures their success in understanding and drawing significant conclusions from the California Teachers Study (CTS) data.