Miranda received her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences (public health focus) in 2011 from Boston University. She then went on to complete her Master’s degree in Health and Society: Social Epidemiology at University College London in 2012. For her Master’s dissertation project, Miranda looked at the relationship between social deprivation and different coronary phenotypes using the Cardiovascular Disease Research Using Linked Bespoke Studies and Electronic Records (CALIBER) database, which combines the Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project (MINAP), Health Episode Statistics (HES), mortality data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS), General Practice Research Database (GPRD), and bespoke cohorts. Upon completing her Master’s degree, Miranda began her PhD at the University of Birmingham within the Centre for Childhood Cancer Survivor Study Studies where she is currently working on the British Childhood Cancer Survivor Studies (BCCSS) and the PanCare Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Survivor Care and Follow-up Studies (PanCareSurFup). Miranda’s research will be assessing the long-term adverse effects of radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and surgery in childhood cancer survivors and will again use electronic health data-linkage through HES and ONS.