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Nicholas DeVito

MPH, DPhil

Postdoctoral Researcher

Research Integrity


Nicholas is a postdoctoral researcher at the Bennett Institute for Applied Data Science working on topics in health policy, transparency, research integrity, and open science. Nicholas completed his DPhil in the department in 2022 as a Naji Foundation Scholar based at Kellogg College. His supervisors were Professors Ben Goldacre and Carl Heneghan. Prior to his DPhil, Nick worked at Columbia University’s Center on Medicine as a Profession studying the impact of the Physician Payments Sunshine Act and in the private sector working with pharmaceutical industry clients. Nicholas completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University and his MPH in Health Policy and Administration at the Yale School of Public Health. 

Nick is especially interested in thinking about ways to mix the qualitative and quantitative in order to deliver comprehensive and compelling results. He is currently a member of the OSIRIS consortium studying reproducibility in research throughout Europe.

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