I conduct pharmacoepidemiological studies, assessing the safety of drugs used in rheumatoid arthritis.
I am interested in causal inference methods.
PhD student at KEP (Clinical Epidemiology/Department of Medicine Solna, KI) interested in drug safety.
I conduct pharmacoepidemiological studies, mainly assessing risks associated with the use of drugs in rheumatoid arthritis. I am interested in the use of causal inference methods to obtain valid effect estimates from observational data. In my current research I use inverse probability weighting to study the interplay of biological and non-biological rheumatoid arthritis treatments in causing adverse effects.
I am a teaching assistant in the Advanced course in SAS programming for health care data, held at KI.
2004 to 2009 - License in Pharmacy Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila - Bucharest
2010 to 2012 - Master of Science with a major in Neurosciences Faculty of Biology, University of Bucharest
2015 to 2017 - Master of Medical Sciences with a major in Public Health Epidemiology Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm