Sarah has worked in health research as a statistician and epidemiologist for the past 10 years. She has worked at several institutions including UCL in the UK, Karolinska Institute in Sweden, and the National University of Singapore (NUS). She completed her PhD at Karolinksa in the area of multiple sclerosis (MS), and long term consequences of an MS diagnosis for patients in Sweden before moving to join the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at NUS to complete her Postdoctoral studies in quantitative methods for public health research. Alongside research, Sarah has also taught epidemiology and statistics to PhD students and medical fellows, alongside presenting her work at various conferences in the form of both poster and oral presentations. She has worked in several areas of health over her career as a member of national and international projects, and has published widely in peer reviewed academic journals.
Sarah will be working primarily within the International Severe Asthma Registry team as an Epidemiologist, and is currently working on projects which assess the role of type 2 inflammation in asthma presentation and treatment responsiveness.