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Niloofar Samei

Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication


Niloofar Samei


Niloofar joined the Winton Centre in 2022 as a Clojure/ClojureScript developer and is currently working on medical risk communication sites designed to give both clinicians and patients clear, personalized information about the potential benefits and risks of different treatment options.

Before joining the Winton Centre, she was a Senior Clojure/ClojureScript programmer at Arya-Abzar Healthcare company.

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The search for the best evidence communication of 2022 begins!

25 November 2022

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