Clinical Research Fellow in Public Health, University of Birmingham

Dana Sumilo is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Applied Health Research and a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health.

Her main research interests are in the areas of health services research, policy evaluation, maternal and child health and infectious disease epidemiology.

She is the Chief Investigator of the NIHR HTA funded project (16/150/01) “Long term impact of giving antibiotics before skin incision versus after cord clamping on children born by caesarean section: longitudinal study based on UK electronic health records”.

Dana is also the deputy lead of Evidence Based Medicine and Research Methods Module (MBChB) and the International Health Protection Module (MPH).

Experience

  • –present
    Clinical Research Fellow, University of Birmingham