Maryam Tayefi Nasrabadi


Maryam Tayefi is a researcher at the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research. She is a Statistician and has many experiences in analysing health data sets using classical statistical methods and data mining algorithms. She got her Bachelor and Master degrees in Statistics from Azad University of Mashhad, Iran. Also, she got her M.phil in Statistics (2010) and PhD in data mining (2013) from Pune University, Pune, India. Then, she worked as a post doctoral researcher in Biostatistics at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences (MUMS), Mashhad, Iran (2015). Since 2016, She was a Research Assistant Professor at Faculty of Medicine, MUMS. During this period, she worked on different health data sets and she was a co-supervisor of many MSc, PhD and General medicine students and also specialist and sub-specialist physicians.
She got the best researcher prize of MUMS in 2018.
Her research interests are analysing, predicting and modelling different datasets and outcomes by different models and algorithms.

Maryam Tayefi Nasrabadi

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Title: Researcher

Department: Health Analytics

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Maryam's projects

Project title Year Theme Project management
Exploring electronic phenotyping for clinical practice in Norway 2019 - 2020 Health data
Alexandra Makhlysheva

Maryam's publications in Cristin

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Maryam's fact sheets

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2020 01 Exploring electronic phenotyping for clinical practice Alexandra Makhlysheva Anne Torill Nordsletta Maryam Tayefi Nasrabadi Taridzo Chomutare