- Why did you choose Analysis Group?
- I was drawn to AG for several reasons, including the firm’s rigorous and creative approach to solving a wide range of real-world problems, opportunities to work with respected academic affiliates, and the collaborative, hardworking, and friendly culture.
- What do you work on at Analysis Group?
- At AG I’ve been able to work on diverse projects, including a health care litigation matter in which I provided regulatory and strategic consulting on drug registration and real-world evidence generation. I have been able to apply my epidemiology and environmental health sciences background to projects addressing climate and health policy at the global scale.
- Have you worked with any affiliates/experts? What was that experience like?
- One of the most rewarding experiences I’ve had at AG was serving as a panelist on a mock Food and Drug Administration Advisory Committee meeting with a renowned epidemiologist. It was intellectually enriching, and a valuable professional development experience to collaborate with such an eminent scientist.
- How does life at Analysis Group compare to grad school?
- AG reminds me a lot of what I appreciated most about grad school: the application of precise, innovative statistical methods to complex projects in a collegial environment.
- What do you think of the case team dynamic?
- I appreciate the inquisitive and collaborative nature of case teams at AG. I am continually impressed by the thoughtfulness of my colleagues and the diversity of training they bring to the intricate problems we solve.
- What do you do when you’re not working?
- I hold a visiting scientist appointment at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where I conduct environmental epidemiology research using causal inference methods. I also contribute as a teaching fellow to several epidemiology courses at Harvard University. Besides my academic endeavors, I am passionate about traveling, philanthropy in my homeland of Nigeria, debating any and all topics with my husband, and binge-watching Korean dramas.