Stefania obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics and Actuarial Science in September 2010 followed by an MSc degree in the same field on September 10 2012 at the University of Sannio in Benevento, Italy. The main subjects of her degree course were: statistics, mathematics, financial mathematics, econometrics, risk theory, statistical modeling, time series, statistical inference, microeconomics, macroeconomics, marketing, samples theory and data analysis. During her Master’s she has had an Erasmus experience in Lithuania where she also started to write her Master’s thesis.
After her Master’s she started to give some private lessons in Statistics and Mathematics of Finance, and since March 2013 she is a PhD Student at SERAF (Norwegian Center for Addiction Research, Institute of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo).
Can variations in drug presence in sewage indicate prescription drug abuse?
The primary goal of this project is to look at weekly temporal variation in concentration of drugs detected in waste water analysis. The goal is to develop a statistical model for weekly patterns in drugs of abuse vs. not abused drugs in Norway and compare these results with those obtained in different European cities.