Words like estimator, confidence interval and hazard ratio are part of my working vocabulary. I like to use adequate statistical methodology to help researchers
answer their research questions. I received my PhD in Statistics from the Institute
of Mathematical Statistics and Actuarial Science from the University of Bern in 2011. Then I joined the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine at the University of Bern, where my academic backpack was filled with essential, necessary and helpful tools
to grow as an applied biostatistican and data scientist. I like to brainstorm about problems, develop adequate analysis strategies and communicate the results. In December 2017, I joined the Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Prevention Institute at
the University of Zurich in the field of Health Service Research. Here I want to further develop and grow my skills as a researcher and statistician.
I am a trained Statistician working in the research field of Health Care Epidemiology. Health Care Epidemiology investigates the access, delivery and implementation of health care to improve individual and population health.
Interests and expertise
I have a keen interest in topics related to Health Care Epidemiology, including statistical analyses and approaches, and evidence-based methods in health care. Further, I am a lecturer in the teaching course “Introduction to Health Care Epidemiology” held at our Institute.