Christina qualified with an MSc in Statistics with Medical Applications in 2016. She began working in the Biostatistics, Evidence Synthesis and Test Evaluation (BESaTE) research group after finishing her MSc.
Christina has worked in prognosis research, mainly developing and validating prognostic models associated with atrial fibrillation. Currently Christina is researching into the risk of bias in cluster randomised trials. Christina has also recently joined the West Midlands Research Design Service (RDS) team as a statistical advisor.
Christina teaches statistical concepts to non-statistical audiences through taught courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Specifically Christina teaches on the Masters of Public Health (MPH) and also part of the Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) course.