Aquarius Population Health

We’re pleased to welcome a new member of the Aquarius team. Beth Shead joined the team in October as our new Research Assistant. She will primarily support our work on patient pathways and micro-costing in sexual health clinics as part of a larger Innovate UK funded project with Atlas Genetics and St. George’s University of London. Beth will also support some of the diverse projects which Aquarius are cur‎rently working on.

Having previously worked as an intern at Unilever, and now in her final few months of studying Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE),  Beth will be a great asset to the Aquarius team.

We asked her to tell us a little more about herself.

What are you most looking forward to about working at Aquarius?

“I’m most looking forward to assisting on the exciting Innovate UK funded project. I’m particularly excited to get involved in the mapping of patient pathways in sexual health clinics and using my economic and statistical knowledge to support various projects.”

I think you’ve already bonded with Teddy. Is that right?

“Absolutely! I’m a big dog lover, so the resident well-being officer and I hit it off straight away.”