Anita Tormos, MPH

Research Epidemiologist

MPH, Humanitarian Health and Epidemiology
École des Hautes Études en Santé Publique, Sorbonne Paris Cité, Paris, France

BSC, Biomedical Sciences
Brunel University, Paris, France

Anita Tormos, MPH, is a Research Epidemiologist at RTI-HS. As a graduate student, she participated as a field researcher for the French Red Cross delegation in Congo-Brazzaville on a project to evaluate health system improvements. Ms. Tormos also gained experience in statistical analysis and programming at Brunel University when she was working during her gap year at PAREXEL. After graduating from École des Hautes Études en Santé Publique, Ms. Tormos acquired experience in the epidemiology of infectious respiratory diseases while working as an Epidemiologist Coordinator for Sanofi Pasteur for the Global Influenza Hospital Surveillance Network project. During these two years, she gained experience in the coordination and development of all study-specific documents, site and data management, data analysis, literature reviews, and manuscripts for publication. Ms. Tormos also has experience coordinating projects as a Senior Clinical Project Coordinator in the Real World Late Phase Department at Quintiles. She has more than 5 years of experience in managing and coordinating epidemiologic studies and projects including regulatory driven literature reviews with multiple contributors. She has been involved in multiple types of epidemiology projects conducted both in the United States and in Europe, including multicounty collaborative research projects, database studies, and feasibility evaluations. In her current position, Ms. Tormos coordinates and manages study implementation; site and patient recruitment; investigator training; and data collection, management, and quality control. She also assists with reporting study progress both to clients and to regulatory agencies and contributes to dissemination activities.