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Picetti, Roberto 

Research Fellow

I joined LSHTM in September 2014 after completing the MSc in Public Health (Environment and Health stream) at LSHTM.
I am currently working at the Clinical Trials Unit on data from trials involving the use of tranexamic acid to stop bleeding caused by traumas (e.g. WOMAN trial).
Before joining the CTU, I worked at the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit at LSHTM. This unit is focused on Environmental Change and Health. In particular, I was involved in the project that was developing models for the quantification of current and future heat-related health burdens under alternative strategies of adaptation to climate and other environmental changes in the housing sector and the built environment.
I have PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Strasbourg. Before joining LSHTM, I mostly worked on models of drug abuse (psychostimulants and opioids) at The Scripps Research Institute in San Diego and The Rockefeller University in New York.