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Third Meeting of the DS-I Africa Consortium
3 November - 9 November 2023

  • Prof Ann Mwangi - Speaker

    NYU-Moi Data Science for Social Determinants Training Program (Co-PI)

    Ann Wanjiru Mwangi holds a PhD from Brown University, RI, USA, two masters' degrees (Biostatistics and Applied Statistics) from Hasselt University in Belgium and also a Bachelor of Science degree JKUAT, Kenya. She is an Associate Professor of Biostatistics, Moi University and currently the Associate Dean Research and Innovation Moi University. She is involved in training and supervising undergraduate and graduate students at Moi University. She is the co-Director of the Academic Model Providing Access to Health Care (AMPATH) Data and Analysis Team where she has been a Biostatistician for a period of over 16 years during which period several papers have been published in peer-reviewed journals. Her research interests are in Causal Inference, methods for addressing bias when using observational data for clinical decision making in resource limited setting where clinical trials data are minimal, Missing data, Data mining, Multilevel modelling and Survival analysis with application in HIV & AIDS, Oncology and Chronic Disease among others. She is a Co-Investigator on several funded grants in Western Kenya including the NYU-Moi Data science for Social Determinants of Health Training Program.