Zainab Salah joins Georgia State University’s College of Arts & Sciences as a Research Coordinator in the Transcultural Violence and Extremism Initiative (TCV). Over the past decade, Salah has been both a student and staff member at Georgia State.
Salah earned her master’s degree in public health from Georgia State in 2017 with an emphasis in Biostatistics. She also possesses a bachelor’s degree in Biology. Salah brings experience as a biostatistician experienced in sampling, data collection, data management and data analysis.
Salah’s background includes analyses of publicly available data in the fields of health and public policy. Most recently, Salah worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Biostatistics Computing Lab for the School of Public Health.
Georgia State University’s TCVE Initiative builds research teams of faculty and competitively selected doctoral students to better understand the underlying causes of transcultural conflicts, identify solutions, and detecting predictive indicators of future conflicts.
Salah will be working with the TCV to support the department and aiding primary investigators with research and data analysis. She joined the department March 11, 2019.