Cono Ariti is Assistant Professor of Medical Statistics at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. He was formerly a Senior Researcher at the Nuffield Trust from July 2013 until 2015. Prior to that, he worked for the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) where he was a lecturer in Medical Statistics. His research interests at the Trust include the evaluation of complex community interventions using large administrative datasets in areas such as telehealth and predictive risk modelling.
At LSHTM he worked on the planning, design and analysis of randomised clinical trials and observational studies in the areas of cardiovascular disease, malaria and Tubcono aritierculosis. Cono was responsible for developing predictive risk models for cardiovascular disease utilising data from an international consortium of pooled studies.
He also taught on the post graduate programs in Epidemiology, Public Health and Medical Statistics. Prior to joining LSHTM Cono was Vice President of Statistics at Capital One Bank Europe where he led the development and application of risk modelling tools for the UK business. Cono is currently an honorary lecturer in Medical Statistics at LSHTM.
Cono has an MSc in Medical Statistics from LSHTM and a first class honours degree in mathematics from Murdoch University in Western Australia.