Maneka graduated with a Master’s degree in Operational Research and Statistics from the University of Southampton. Following her interest in mathematical modelling, she joined the National Air Traffic Services (NATS) as a Research Analyst.
Maneka joined the College of Medicine and Health at the University of Exeter in 2019 after being awarded a Diabetes UK PhD studentship. She is currently working with Dr Rachel Freathy, researching the clinical factors and genetic factors that contribute to a baby being born Large for Gestational Age (LGA). Her research also focuses on building clinical prediction models for LGA in babies.
- Bsc(Hons) Mathematics with Actuarial Science, University of Southampton
- Master of Science in Operational Research and Statistics, University of Southampton
Genetics, medical statistics and statistical modelling with a focus on models for inference and prediction.
- Using genetics to improve the prediction of large for gestational age babies in women with gestational diabetes.