PhD, חוקרת בכירה
"Grateful to work on leveraging complex data puzzles and epidemiological thinking into evidence informed healthcare."
Inbal applies tools of data engineering, epidemiology and biostatistics to clinical data.
Before joining KI, Inbal worked for 12 years as a senior investigator in Maccabi healthcare services research and innovation institute. She authored and co-authored 40 peer-reviewed articles focused mainly on real world database studies on epidemiology of chronic diseases, as well as effectiveness and safety of chronic medications and vaccines. She led the establishment of a large osteoporosis registry, serving as basis for various pharmacoepidemiology research and outcomes studies, as well as development of fully-operational decision support tools for primary physicians. Inbal teaches courses in advanced biostatistics as well as scientific writing in the School of Public Health, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University.
Inbal's academic training includes a PhD in management of healthcare systems from Tel Aviv University, an MSc in biostatistics from Tel Aviv University, and a BSc in Industrial Engineering from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
Inbal takes joy in modern dancing, music and crafting with her three lovely children.