Jr. Statistical Programmer
Anjali Devunuri earned a bachelor’s degree in biotechnology, chemistry & computer applications in 2005 from Kakatiya University, a double master’s degree in healthcare informatics in 2020 from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, and another master’s degree in biotechnology’ in 2007 from the Bangalore University. Prior to joining the MAPS Public Benefit Corporation (MAPS PBC), Anjali worked in global data as an associate analyst.
Anjali joined MAPS PBC to share her talents and learn new skills in a reputable firm. She is interested in clinical research and drug development that can save people and improve quality of life. At MAPS PBC, Anjali is currently serving as a junior statistical programmer, focusing on clinical data analysis by working on statistical programming of MDMA-assisted therapy studies. She is involved in the creation and validation of SDTM, ADaM, and TLFs in accordance with regulatory standards. She is also involved in the creation of SAP and Mock shells under the guidance of a biostatistician. Anjali strives to gain new skills and grow professionally in clinical SAS programming to advance her career at MAPS PBC and the industry.
In Anjali’s free time, she enjoys going for walks, socializing with her family and friends, and cooking for her loved ones.