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Claire Zhang

Claire Zhang

Claire Zhang

MSc


DPhil Student

Claire joined the Nuffield Department of Population Health (National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit) as a DPhil student and Clarendon Scholar in 2021 under the supervision of Associate Professor Claire Carson, Professor Maria Quigley and Associate Professor Clare Bankhead (Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences). She will be exploring ethnic inequalities in infant and paediatric healthcare utilisation in England. 

Alongside her studies, Claire works as the National Migrant Health Lead in the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities. She completed a MSc in Population Health at University College London (UCL) as a Rotary Foundation Global Grant Scholar 2019-2020, and subsequently worked in the public health data science team at UCL Institute of Health Informatics where she continues to be an Honorary Researcher. Claire's clinical background is in paediatric speech and language therapy, and she has worked in paediatric hospitals in the UK and Australia.