Ms. Naimisha Movva is an epidemiologist in the EpidStrategies division’s Rockville office. She manages numerous large- and small- scale real-world studies in various therapeutic areas, including oncology, infectious diseases, and heart disease, in addition to nutritional work in the United States and Europe. Ms.Movva holds a Master of Public Health degree from the Yale School of Public Health, with an emphasis in chronic disease epidemiology and regulatory affairs. She has led data analyses of primary and secondary data, systematic literature reviews, and manuscript and regulatory document writing.
Ms. Movva taught several discussion sections for graduate courses in epidemiology and analytic methods as a teaching fellow during her time at Yale. Currently, she serves as a teaching fellow for an introduction to epidemiology course at Georgetown University. Ms. Movva has presented work at conferences across research settings, including the International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology, IDWeek, Society for Research in Child Development, and European Society for Medical Oncology.