Roxanne is currently serving as a Research Associate and is attempting to understand what unmet modelling needs South African public health stakeholders have, and which of these are priorities for decision-making. She is also a specialist in applying biostatistical methods to epidemiological data. She received training from Ghent University in Belgium (PhD) and the University of Cape Town (MPH). She has been involved in an analytical capacity for several different epidemiological studies of HIV in Southern Africa. Recently, she has become an R enthusiast and enjoys learning new ways to improve upon statistical programmes by creating clean, reproducible, and legible code.
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