Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science
I am a social data scientist specialising in applying quantitative and computational techniques to answer social science questions. I began working at the Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), during my MSc in Applied Social Data science from LSE, following which I have taken up a full-time role working on projects like London LA market reports, and analysis of lifetime costs in social care etc.
Most of my work takes place in R, and a particular interest of mine is to understand how data science can be used to analyze large datasets (texts and tabular) to produce better policy and evidence-based research.
|Topics||Care economy; Information and data systems in LTC;|
|Methods||Data science and LTC research;|
|Interest Groups||Data Science;|