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Helen Curtis

BSc DPhil


I am a postdoctoral health data researcher in the Bennett Institute working on COVID-19-related research in OpenSAFELY, including vaccine coverage and disruption to primary care services. I previously coordinated the development of from 2019-2020. I have also worked extensively on the OpenPrescribing project, developing new tools and carrying out research into prescribing patterns in a number of clinical areas. 

I previously worked with secondary care and community datasets in a Commissioning Support Unit. I have a DPhil in Genetics from here at Oxford and a Natural Sciences (Cell Biology and Maths) degree from the University of Durham.

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