Ms. Naimisha Movva holds a Master of Public Health degree from the Yale School of Health, with an emphasis in chronic disease epidemiology and regulatory affairs. She has worked in consulting, performing project management, data abstraction and analysis, review of literature, and writing manuscripts. During her graduate career at Yale, Ms. Movva led two courses as a Teaching Fellow (“Applied Analytic Methods in Epidemiology” and “Principles of Epidemiology I”). She also served as a Student Consultant and Research Assistant, developing a survey to assess community health improvement plans and analyzing, reporting, and presenting the results. She also wrote a case-study report on the use of evidence-based decision making within the Supplementary Program for Women, Infants, & Children (WIC).
Ms. Movva works routinely with SAS and SPSS software and is trilingual in English, Telugu, and Spanish.