Dr Georgia Ntani
Georgia completed her diploma (5-year degree) in Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, in 2008. Whilst there, she had a short training as a medical statistician in the Alfa Institute of Biomedical Sciences. She then moved on to complete an MSc in Statistics with Applications in Medicine at the University of Southampton in 2009. She joined the MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit in January 2010.
Georgia is currently working as a senior research fellow in the Unit’s programmes on Health and Work and Bone and Joint disease. She was awarded her PhD in 2017 for her work based on a large international study of cultural and psychosocial influences on musculoskeletal pain and associated disability, which focused on statistical techniques for the analysis of hierarchical data.