I am a PhD student in Health Economics at City University London (expected completion Feb 2020).
My research focuses on antibiotic prescription studied through the health economics lenses. I have worked on the evaluation of stewardship programmes, estimating spatial dependence in prescription among GP practices, and on analysing pharmaceutical innovation and pricing mechanisms.
I have experience working with the evaluation of community mental services in England. I have worked on network theory for the credit market.
My research interests are: policy evaluation, spatial econometrics and health service evaluation.
In my professional life I work as a full-time data scientist analysing administrative and spatial data.
- MSc in Economics, Ca Foscari University of Venice, Italy, Sep 2009 – Jun 2011
- Deep learning and Big Data with Python, La Sapienza University Rome, Rome, Italy, Oct 2019
- PhD Student, City, University of London, Oct 2011 – Feb 2020
English (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review), German (can read and speak), Italian (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review) and Spanish; Castilian (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review).
- Europe - Southern
- Grilli, R., Iori, G., Stamboglis, N. and Tedeschi, G. (2017). A Networked Economy: A Survey on the Effect of Interaction in Credit Markets. Introduction to Agent-Based Economics (pp. 229–252). ISBN 978-0-12-803834-5.
- Stamboglis, N. and Jacobs, R. (2020). Factors Associated with Patient Satisfaction of Community Mental Health Services: A Multilevel Approach. Community Mental Health Journal, 56(1), pp. 50–64. doi:10.1007/s10597-019-00449-x.
- Data Scientist, InfoCamere ScPA (Sep 2017 – present).
- Research Assistant, City, University of London (Feb – Sep 2017).
- Analytical Partnership Manager, Cancer Research UK (Apr 2016 – Oct 2017).
- Intelligence Analyst, HealthWatch England (May 2014 – Apr 2016).
- Research and Teaching Assistant, City, University of London (Oct 2011 – Feb 2014).