Celina is a second-year PhD student in Biostatistics funded by the Centre for Epidemiology Versus Arthritis, in the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health. She has a background in Biomedical Science (BSc, 2019) and Bioinformatics and Systems Biology (MSc, 2020). Her research focuses on clinical prediction models of treatment outcomes in rheumatoid arthritis. In particular, her PhD aims to handle multinomial outcomes, update prognosis using longitudinal data, and explore causal methods that enable predictions under hypothetical interventions. She is also a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Manchester.
2020 - present: PhD Biostatistics
2020: MSc Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, with Distinction
2019: BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science (2:1)